#3
1 - That's not a setup. A setup is adjusting the action, relief and intonation.

2 - Prices vary according to location.
It also depends if you buy the parts from the place installing them.
They'll charge you much less for labor, but more for the parts.

3 - The only useful info you will get, is by calling some shops in your area and asking them.
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#4
do it yo self. its easy. just find your old pickup wires, and wire the equivelent wire to the same places(whilst removing the old ones ofcourse) also, try gfs for good cheap pups

ediut: nut changing isnt the hardest either. a bit of superglue and a ruler and a good nut and your laughing. oh and try and get planet waves auto trim tuners. they da bomb
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This is deep
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Was the pun intended?
Actually no

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#5
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do it yo self. its easy. just find your old pickup wires, and wire the equivelent wire to the same places(whilst removing the old ones ofcourse) also, try gfs for good cheap pups

ediut: nut changing isnt the hardest either. a bit of superglue and a ruler and a good nut and your laughing. oh and try and get planet waves auto trim tuners. they da bomb


Try to stear clear of super clue in my experience its not tonally as good as a well set pva/woodglue adhesive.
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