#1
does anyone know why single coils have a certain amount of iron content in them? How come they don't make the pickup posts stainless?
#3
that depends on the type of stainless it is. i think its 403 grade stainless is extremely magnetic, whereas other grades aren't magnetic at all.
#4
they should do it in my opinion because my bridge pickup is rusting like a bitch lol cause my hand is positioned right over the top of it
#8
how the hell is your hand touching the bridge pickup? aren't the strings in between O_o
#9
Quote by striker327
they should do it in my opinion because my bridge pickup is rusting like a bitch lol cause my hand is positioned right over the top of it


Do you have so much handswet that it drips down o_0
#10
could it be the warm moist air that my hand gives off? prob not actually
Last edited by striker327 at Jul 30, 2007,
#12
Quote by striker327
could it be the warm moist air that my hand gives off? prob not actually



Could be, if your hands are so hot as to cause a small cloud of moisture to form around the bridge area..
#13
Iron is cheaper, more abundant and more magnetic in its unaltered element form.

The Earth's core is made mostly of iron and is the reason Earth has a strong magnetic field.
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