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5/17/2006 3:50 PM
Mick Magnet sizes
Anyone know the magnet sizes for strat staggered pole pickups? Thanks ,  
Mick
 
5/17/2006 4:30 PM
Spence
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What era Mick? Check out SK's site for some details on that.
 
 
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5/17/2006 4:50 PM
Wolfe Macleod
The DOnald Brosna book "Guitar Electronics for Musicians" has the measurements. I no longer have my book, so I'm not sure exactly what it listed.  
I have several vintage Fender pickups here waiting for rewind I can measure - stay tuned.
 
5/17/2006 4:49 PM
Mick
Not really sure what era , just a general sort of average stagger I suppose , ( yeah , I know ) I was thinking of using .720 for D + G , .656 for B and .688 for the other 3 , any comments?  
Thanks Guys ,  
Mick
 
5/17/2006 4:54 PM
RS
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Electronics,_pickups/Pickups:_Parts/4/Single-coil_Pickup_Parts.html
 
5/17/2006 5:13 PM
Mick
I know , I looked at the stew mac site and these are the closest of the shelf sizes I can get to the stew mac ones,  
Mick
 
5/19/2006 4:08 AM
Mick
Thanks Spence , SK , just found the specs on your website,  
Mick .
 
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