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Offline anthdx

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Hi there !
 Could you please tell me what are these 2 screws for ? And what about the small hole please ? [/URL]

Thx ;)

Offline Canz333N4

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Re: What are these screws and hole on authentic/vintage serie for ?
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2016, 04:31:15 AM »
Pretty sure the two ailing together are for direct mounting of the pickup.
My N4 relic has them which go right through and screw into the.
Bill lawrence pup mounting it directly to the base of the cavity.

Offline anthdx

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Re: What are these screws and hole on authentic/vintage serie for ?
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2016, 02:36:42 AM »
Pretty sure the two ailing together are for direct mounting of the pickup.
My N4 relic has them which go right through and screw into the.
Bill lawrence pup mounting it directly to the base of the cavity.

Cool, thank you ;-) !

Hey guys do you know where I can find these particular screws ?

Offline skeesik

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Re: What are these screws and hole on authentic/vintage serie for ?
« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2016, 06:54:12 PM »
Hi there !
 Could you please tell me what are these 2 screws for ? And what about the small hole please ?

Thx ;)

The small hole has a screw in it where you can block the trem in "dive only" position.  This allows you to use the d-tuna without throwing all the strings out of tune.
*skee

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Re: What are these screws and hole on authentic/vintage serie for ?
« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2016, 02:07:12 AM »
Hi there !
 Could you please tell me what are these 2 screws for ? And what about the small hole please ?

Thx ;)

The small hole has a screw in it where you can block the trem in "dive only" position.  This allows you to use the d-tuna without throwing all the strings out of tune.

Thx :-) !!