#1
Hey, does anyone know if all Epiphone hardware is standardized for each type of guitar? For instance, is the bridge on a Les Paul the same size of the Explorer? I'm asking because I'm about to buy an Epiphone Explorer, and I'm really not a fan of the gold hardware, but I'm having difficulty finding Explorer parts, but plenty of Les Paul.
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#2
they should be the same. i can't why they'd be different
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#3
Don't think of them as "Explorer-parts" or "Les Paul-parts". They are not specific to the guitar type, as they are usually not manufactured by the guitar-company itself.
Instead, check for the manufacturer and make sure they are the same, because then you won't have trouble getting the parts to line up. (You can ofcourse use a different manufacturer or a different type bridge, but this will require heavier modification than just changing parts)

Both the LP and Explorer usually have a tune-o-matic style bridge and a STOP tailpiece.
If both your guitars have this setup, then there is no reason why they couldn't be crossfitted.
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