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b.gandt

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Re: PRS SE Custom 24
« Reply #30 on: January 23, 2021, 12:47:35 PM »
Did the mounting flanges  fit in the cavity on yours?  On my SE Singlecut, the rout for the flanges wasn't quite wide enough for the BKPs.  I ended using a drill bit to expand that part of the cavity.

With my Schecter C-6 Pro the feet didn't fit (they also were direct mount, with a 3mm bolt) so I simply filed the feet of the pickup to match the stock pickup and drilled the holes in the feet out to 3mm.  It was a lot easier than modifying the guitar

I'll bet it was easier.  In my case, I didn't have a proper file, and my clipper couldn't take enough of the feet off. 

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Re: PRS SE Custom 24
« Reply #31 on: January 23, 2021, 02:27:05 PM »
Did the mounting flanges  fit in the cavity on yours?  On my SE Singlecut, the rout for the flanges wasn't quite wide enough for the BKPs.  I ended using a drill bit to expand that part of the cavity.

With my Schecter C-6 Pro the feet didn't fit (they also were direct mount, with a 3mm bolt) so I simply filed the feet of the pickup to match the stock pickup and drilled the holes in the feet out to 3mm.  It was a lot easier than modifying the guitar

I'll bet it was easier.  In my case, I didn't have a proper file, and my clipper couldn't take enough of the feet off.

I just used a regular flat file.  The metal is quite soft
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