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Fath Cali Pickup ID...

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I was curious if anyone knew which make/model p'up this is in the Fath double neck Cali. I'm not wanting to un-string and pull it out it just to check... just yet. 2 rows of hex bolts. Thinking Dimarzio but not sure.

 

 

Fath Bridge P'up.jpg

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Posted (edited)

Two rows of hexes ... Dimarzio PAF Pro?

Edited to add I just remembered a Duncan Full Shred is a double hex too.

Edited by Jeff R

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If you can go by the pictures I can find it looks like it's a Dimarzio if the mounting tabs are triangular and brass colored and Seymour Duncan if they are rectangular and silver.

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Did Dimarzio ever use the square hole in the bobbin?

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It is a Full Shred, I have no doubt and your welcome. 

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3 hours ago, cynic said:

Did Dimarzio ever use the square hole in the bobbin?

On a separate but related question - does anybody have an idea why bobbins have the holes in them at all? Is it a place for equipment to hold on to them during manufacturing or something like that?

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Posted (edited)

the two round holes are for the screws that hold the bobbins to the base plate. The square hole is a pokeoke feature to ensure the bobbin is mounted properly to the winding machine.

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7 hours ago, bubs_42 said:

It is a Full Shred, I have no doubt and your welcome. 

We'll see, and it's you're  😂

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Maybe he was talking about a welcome that belonged to you?

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