#1
I am looking for some advice on a good manual with lots of pictures on assembling, disassembling and general maintenance of a Fender Stratocaster. If you could also include some very basic handtools I would need both starting out and progressing onward. I don't think I will ever do anything real complicated like a complete refret or anything like that but it would be nice for the book to at least brush over the basics of it anyway. Another possibility I just thought of as I was typing this would be instead of a manual, a DVD. That would probably be even better than a book.
#3
^ yeah.

or the haynes stratocaster manual.
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#5
In closing, I actually found a place on the internet where I was able to download a Stratocaster Manual. I just need the specs for the pickup heights and bridge adjustments, setup type stuff so I can make sure everything is adjusted close to correct as possible with my primitive tools.
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In closing, I actually found a place on the internet where I was able to download a Stratocaster Manual. I just need the specs for the pickup heights and bridge adjustments, setup type stuff so I can make sure everything is adjusted close to correct as possible with my primitive tools.

Pickup height and action height isnt meant to be an exact number. They vary from person to person.