#2
Not sure but I had a question about one of their bridges and I just emailed them. They sent me a response in a couple hours. You may need conversion bushings if they don't already come with it.
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#3
I have some black ones, but they are on a custom neck. My only issues is that with repeated installation, the mounting screws get stripped easily.

Also, it says you need a 10mm hole. Just measure your guitar.
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#4
The GFS tuners arent very good. Wont be much better than stock squier tuners. I bought a set of their "good as grovers" and they were the same cheap korean ones I was trying to replace and wouldnt stay in tune. You get what you pay for.
#5
Also, scream_it, theres is not a 100% chance that a question has been asked, that is a ridiculous statement. Why would you post that in a sig?
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#6
I'd suggest getting some real Gotoh's, a set of 6 is about $25 on warmoth.com.
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#7
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Also, scream_it, theres is not a 100% chance that a question has been asked, that is a ridiculous statement. Why would you post that in a sig?


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Boss DS-1
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