Re: Pickup rings with no holes
- From: jtees4 <jtees4@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 05 Mar 2010 19:43:50 -0500
On Fri, 5 Mar 2010 16:25:44 -0800 (PST), boardjunkie
On Mar 5, 12:14 pm, jtees4 <jte...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Does a pickup ring exist with no aka Zero aka Nada holes drilled in
it? I guess you could say basically it would be like a pickup ring for
an SG where the pickup is mounted in the pickguard...but I want to put
a ring around it anyway.
Thats kind of a dumb idea. How ya gonna adjust the height? They tend
to work themselves lower over time from use/vibration. I wouldn't
recommend it. Maybe if you *have* to have the mounting ring there,
just mount it in the ring like it should be. Can't look any goofier
than a mounting ring on a strat pickguard....
Not a problem because the pickup is very high. Think of the bridge
pickup on an SG (the kind with the full pickguard)...the bridge pup is
usually very high off the guard. If you put the cover directly on the
guard, half the pickup would probably still be sticking out. As far as
looking goofy, can't argue with that! Then again...I can think of
plenty guitars that look goofy with normal pickups/covers.
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