#1
I've had this strat for years and need to replace the screws on the end of the bridge as the heads are wearing down. The problem I'm having is that this bridge appears to be discontinued and I can't find any info on it, or where I can buy parts.

Does anyone know what model this bridge is and where I can get suitable replacement screws?

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#2
It's probably not a special screw, you should be able to determine if it is standard or metric, if the hex head is metric odds are the threads are too, if not try removing one of the screws and taking it to a hardware store and they should be able to help you find something with the correct threads close enough to the length that it will work. The hardware store has bailed me out a few times!
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#3
Oh yeah cool I never thought of the hardware store, I've been looking at guitar shops. Thanks for the tip!
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McMaster Carr - once you know the details of the HW their website is a breeze to search through and select HW.
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#5
i think that's the locking one that some of the deluxe USA fenders used to have around the early 2000s i think.
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