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Göldo Humbucker Screw

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Height Adjustment Screw for Humbuckers

  • Screw for height adjustment
  • US thread
  • Dimensions: 25 x approx. 2.45 mm
  • Total length with head: 27 mm
  • Colour: Nickel
  • Price per unit
available since November 2004
Item number 175050
£0.85
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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hidookoo 11.05.2017
They are good and nice estetically but if you want to use them for a Squier Affinity Strat, they dont fit!
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Perfect screws for EMG's etc
alexdg 13.05.2014
I bought a pair of EMG's last week. The problem was that I bought the EMG's without accessorys. I tried to build the pickups into my guitar with the screws which were already on my guitar, but they are EU size and the EMG's need screws which are US size. So I went to the Thomann page and found the Göldo. When they arrive, I put the pickups instantly into my guitar and the screws fit very very good. Thank you Thomann for your big variety of products!
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US thread humbucker screws
tōgerunner 25.12.2018
Being just a screw, should be very cheap per screw but it is a bit pricey for what it is, differentiating itself from other screws just by an imperial thread style and spacing, which is actually commonly used on a lot of pickups around the world.
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Callisto 27.01.2015
Good quality Humbucker mounting screws.

To clarify these do fit Gibson pickups but be careful to note if your Humbucker has long legs you may need screws with longer a thread for correct height adjustment.

I'm sure Thomann should stock alternatives.
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