#1
well i was watching a video with john petrucci..and i noticed his guitar didnt have the things to hold the pickups in place and i also noticed there were screw holes as to where they should have been...how would i go about doing this to my guitar?
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#2
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well i was watching a video with john petrucci..and i noticed his guitar didnt have the things to hold the pickups in place and i also noticed there were screw holes as to where they should have been...how would i go about doing this to my guitar?


you just take the bracer ring off. problem solved.
#3
yea but then how would the pickup stay in place?
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#4
you screw it into the wood of the guitar itself thats all
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#6
Just take the 2 screws off of the ring and screw them back in, its that simple.
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#7
well, i dont understand how the pickup is going to stay in without the ring...do i have to drill a hole for the screws or something?
Nicks and dents are battle scars...they give a guitar history.


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#8
yes. the pickups in his guitar are mounted directly to the body. usually a block of foam is used in place of springs and the pickup is screwed directly into the body
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