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Don't they have garbage pickup in your neighborhood?
You should consult the Squier Strat forum
Yep, the 81 and 82 Strats had an X1 pup in the bridge spot. What a shame that some dummy swapped out the X1. It's a great pickup - he should have...
I owned one of these and had a hard time selling it, despite it being near-mint. i received no offers over $1000. I ended up parting it out.
They say Beauty is in the the eye of the beholder.
Ugh, I'd hate to be holding that monstrosity!
No, only working pickups.
Really?! I've seen more than a couple, even a bad switch brand new right of the box.
If it's mechanical, it can and WILL break!
Definitely NOt a 70s fender with that red plush interior.
Hi all. I pulled this pup out of a badly butchered Fender Lead II guitar. Can't say I've seen this kind of DiMarzio before. Look familiar to...
Hmmmm. Looks similar, but my pickup looks older and has different (hex-head) poles. Resistance on the crunch lab is only 11.03 Kohms.
TRY a threaded bar. Not sure about your model, but I have seen Deluxe bridges from the 1990s Strat Plus that accepted either type of bar.
Hi all. I pulled this pup out of a badly butchered Fender Lead II guitar. Can't say I've seen this kind of DiMarzio before? Look familiar to...