#1
Hi,
I am thinking of selling an old Squire Strat I have on Ebay, but its missing an intonation screw. I found this website http://www.guitarpartsresource.com/screws_bridge.htm that sells what I need but I just wondered if there is any difference between the "vintage" and "american" ones apart from colour?

Thanks
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#2
i really dont know, but im bumping because i want to know about this too.

EDIT: it's Squier, not Squire.
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#3
"Vintage" usually is made to imperial specs. A squier is gonna be made to metric specs. So its likely a vintage screw wont fit in a squier. You can try a place like ace hardware they will usually have a big selection of metric and inch spec screws.