#1
I have a PRS SE 24 and i was wondering if a BKP Nailbomb would fit in it? I havent ever messed with the pick ups in my guitar so when it asked me if i needed braided or 4 conductor for wiring i was lost. Also I don't know what it means by long or short leg. Im guessing it is how it fits in the guitar?? If anyone could answer these questions that would be great!
#2
johntomg93 Braided - or single conductor - has one wire with a braided earth sheath surrounding it. This is the most basic wiring setup for a humbucker. 4-way has 4 wires, allowing more versatility such as coil-splitting etc. If your PRS has a push/pull volume knob, go for 4-way.

Long or short leg refers to the little tabs that stick out from the base-plate of the pickup - the bits where the height adjustment screws and springs are threaded through. Long legs are for deeper cut pickup recesses, short legs for thinner bodied guitars.

Contact Bareknuckle via their e-mail as their customer service is second to none and they will research your guitar and advise you as to which options to choose. They did this for me as I had chosen the 'long leg' version of the Mule - they contacted me to suggest the short-leg version as they had checked out my guitar spec and knew what would be best!
#4
johntomg93You are welcome! I don't know much, but I was in the same situation as yourself. I ordered what I thought was correct from BKP and they then contacted me back with a few suggestions, jiggling with my order to get it right. They also did all this on a Saturday and Sunday when most of us were out enjoying the sunshine! Their service is brilliant and the package I got from them was above and beyond what I expected!

Good luck and enjoy your BKP when it arrives!