#1
ok, working on a guitar thats got a single direct mounted bridge humbucker and both of the screw heads are stripped completely. i was able to remove one of the screws by twisting it with a pair of pliers but the other one is so deep in the guitar it wont budge! can anyone give me some advise on how to get this damn thing out?
#2
get a hammer and use the screw remover on it.
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#4
Ez-outs. another way is to get a left handed drill bit and drill down the center of the screw. In wood they will normally back out.
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#5
building on the hammer idea, and ive done this before, but place a flathead screwdriver into the stripped screw like you would unscrew it, and pound it with the hammer to create an indention into the screw, deep enough to hopefully unscrew it

i hope that made sense
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#6
Quote by Bhaok
Ez-outs. another way is to get a left handed drill bit and drill down the center of the screw. In wood they will normally back out.


what is this Ez-outs? and ive never heard of a left handed drill bit
#7
Get a drill bit smaller than the mounting hole in the pickup and drill into the screw slowly.