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alright guys heres the deal. im wanting to replace the bridge on my jagstang. I originally was thinking of putting a T.O.M. bridge in but i am concerned because ive read that you need to have the humbucker straight rather than angled. this would require me to reroute the body and get a custom pick guard made. my question is do i have to straighten the hum bucker? is it that big of a deal? or is there another bridge i should try? I have sen some people put mastery bridges in but those are really expensive. any help would be appreciated. thanks guys - TR

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see thats what i thought too but then i read this "The Tune-o-matics require a straight humbucker route in order to acheive 100% accurate string and pickup polepeice alignment. This means replacing the stock pickguard, routing the body slightly and only using SH (standard spaced humbuckers/Gibson spaced humbucker"

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see thats what i thought too but then i read this "The Tune-o-matics require a straight humbucker route in order to acheive 100% accurate string and pickup polepeice alignment. This means replacing the stock pickguard, routing the body slightly and only using SH (standard spaced humbuckers/Gibson spaced humbucker"

for 100% yes, but you don't really need 100% dead on, i have a tom on my jagstang and it lines up well enough.

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