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FDP Forum / Guild/DeArmond/Tacoma Guitars / DeArmond switch tip, screw sizes.


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Sep 17th, 2014 09:50 AM   Edit   Profile  

Hi, I've been doing up a pretty sorry for itself M65C. A snip from ebay, it was in a sorry state but still played pretty well out of the packaging. I've stripped it down, re-crowned the frets, cleaned it all up, set up etc etc. Now, with a new set of strings, it's fantastic, great little guitar.

My question to anyone who may know is.... what size are the pickup height adjustment screws? and the switch tip size too? Gibson parts are 3mm and too big. Are they 2.5mm instead? Anyone know?

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Sep 21st, 2014 04:35 PM   Edit   Profile  

Anything is possible. Take the parts to a hardware place and compare thread/diameter to ascertain what you need. Chances are very good they will be metric.

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