se angelus bridge pins

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  1. packy

    packy New Member

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    Has anyone changed bridge pins on their se angelus? If so - what fits? Thanks for any info.
     
  2. mad monk

    mad monk New Member

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    I did the Power Pins thing. Makes string changes real easy, and didn't change the sound much.
     
  3. spoyzer

    spoyzer New Member

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    According to PRS customer service the bridge pins are 5mm in width at the top of the taper just below the button.

    Yes I also tried to change them and found that standard pins are too fat a diameter. Still searching for suitable rep[lacement pins.
     
  4. Mixstar

    Mixstar Just too tired . . .

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    Assuming these are non-standard pins can't you just get a pin reamer (available at Stewmac and by a Google search) and and make the holes a standard size and or taper?
     
  5. JimmyD

    JimmyD New Member

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    Will PRS sell replacement pins?
     
  6. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    One way to find out; send an email to Customer Service! :)
     
  7. Brian Dean

    Brian Dean New Member

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    Been looking for pegs on Ebay . JellyfishAudio have several pegs quoting 5.00 mm top diameter. Unfortunately the ebony ones I wanted were 5.2 mm. May go with aged bone.
     
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  8. JimmyD

    JimmyD New Member

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    The bridge pins on this guitar are a real PITA! However, that really is one of the few complaints that I have.
     

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