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About stefke250

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  1. Don't have a picture on hand but there's a screw on the trem unit you can loosen or tighten. I wouldn't know since I tend to block all my trems 😁
  2. Love my Staytrems. Excellent quality. And what is aften overlooked : they are available in 7.25 and 9.5 radius AND they decrease the string spacing a little bit compared to a mustang bridge. Unfortunately he stopped exporting outside the UK. 😢
  3. It should work. but I would prefer the Mustang neck because of the larger 60'ies style headstock. https://shop.fender.com/en-BE/electric-guitars/mustang/mustang/0144042598.html
  4. If you want to stay true to the original, try to find a MIJ mustang neck. They're also some of the slimmest Fender necks you can find. If you can live with the vintage frets and a 7.25 radius.
  5. new on the Fender site : https://www.fender.com/articles/gear/cobains-brainstorm-the-jigsaw-story-of-the-jag-stang?sf99260273=1&fbclid=IwAR24CqE-yFb-3VwsUNU-5pEyBRjExmtjMBzPkjOMgE1ggPwxakq7WCGZkTI Prelude to a reissue ?
  6. I have both the Cobain signature mustang with TOM bridge, a 97 Jagstang with mustang bridge and a Warmoth jaguar with Staytrem bridge (which is essentially an improved Mustang bridge). The biggest difference to me is that the TOM is a little bid easier to adjust (intonation, raising or lowering the action). However the mustang bridge has the right radius (7.25" while TOM's are generally 12"). To me it's a matter of personal preference and I much prefer the Staytrem bridge I have on my Jaguar since it has the right radius and has a little bit smaller string spacing. And the mustang or staytrem bridge is a little bit easier on the hand when palm muting And why the big no-no on neck shims ??? I use it on my jaguar and it's the best resonating guitar i have. It makes especially jaguar bridges more reliable and easier to adjust.
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