I had a pro jet with those pickups years ago. P90s drop right in and they make covers for gibson mini hums that fit p90 routes as well. I wouldn’t go to the trouble to custom fit something to those covers. You could probably fit filtertons as well but might have to get creative with mounting.
That is a jaguar bridge but they are all interchangeable. Mustangs have fat saddles without individual height screws that people like better than those as it’s more mass & less fiddly. I do like your bridge since you can adjust string spacing. I have the same one on a mustang that I modded to...
Well this is the danger when a company mixes the person(ality) and the business. There are people here that mailed in pedals to be repaired and have been ghosted and they absolutely should have an answer or be returned regardless of personal woes. You can’t have it both ways.
I also liked 2 the least and wasn’t surprised it was the ZW! My favorite od pedal is the mxr gtod which is the same as the ZW on a different internal dip switch setting. I tried it on the ZW side and did not like at all. If you take yours apart and drop the board you’ll see the switch at top...
Yep! I recently got a 1960 Silvertone with a nice looking Brazilian board and bridge saddle. This should end the argument that there was something special or exotic about it at the time as silvertones and danelectros were made of the cheapest possible components.
Lots of supro/valco/national resoglass guitars were 1 bolt. They look like 2 with the silver covers but iirc the other is neck tilt. I had the jb hutto/jack white resoglass years ago and it was 1 bolt. My silvertone is 2 bolt. Never an issue.
I have that exact guitar ~73 Sg special. Those are minihums with plastic covers - not tarbacks. Mine were extremely weak and shrill. Both measured in 5k range. Dumped them on ebay and put in a pair of hotter a5 budget replacements from ebay. Sounds amazing. Don’t bother changing pots/caps unless...
A lot of their songs were covers or riff rip-offs. (I’m saying this as a huge fan.) There was a comp out years ago called Songs the Cramps Taught Us that is really great for reference. They stole way more than zepplin lol-but in a totally unique way.
I had one of these in bridge position of an old sg in the mid nineties. Never loved the tone. Found it harsh and mid scooped. Eventually replaced with a paf clone and there was that smoother creamy vintage tone I was after. Ymmv!
As you are looking at repair techs-if it needs a refret be sure they have worked in vintage fenders before. The frets were pushed in sideways (not pressed down like other brands) and need to be removed by pushing out. If pulled up like normally done you will get major fretboard chipping. Crucial!