#4
See those screws on the top and bottom of the pickup? Using a screwdriver, rotate the one on whichever side is lower and raise it.
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#5
Quote by god9
push it really hard back the other way


your a dumbass, its the screws on each side or can can be the spring on the inside. if your rotate the screw and nothing happens, then take off the pickguard and place the spring back with the screw
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A Brain Malfunction

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#6
Quote by Kartman
See those screws on the top and bottom of the pickup? Using a screwdriver, rotate the one on whichever side is lower and raise it.


^+1 that should fix the problem
#7
Mine is always slanted does bother me though since it doesn't affect it too much unless if it is slanted a lot.
Guitars
Agile 3100 CSB
ESP MH400 w/ Trem-Setter
Epi G-310
Applause Acoustic

Amps
1968 Fender Vibrochamp - Great amp, only $100 fixxer-upper
Line 6 Spider II

REMEMBER, ALL TONE IS SUBJECTIVE!
#8
Yeah you'll have to buy a new guitar.

Just get a screwdriver and screw it back into place ...
#9
Ever since it happened to my guitar, I've had one hell of a sweet tone. Keep it that way if you're lucky and it sounds good.