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I believe they haven't changed the bridges on those. If it looks standard, then the thread and shape should be a standard fender tremolo arm that you can find basically anywhere guitars are sold.
Posted on Apr 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check all solder connections inside the guitar. On a strat, remove the pickguard and check for questionable solder joints, or lack of a solder joint. Reflow any solder joints that look suspect. If the guitar is still not putting out signal than test the pickups with a multimeter.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Testimonial: "thx, I suppose I am using a meter to measure resistance acroos the pickups, any idea on whatit should be???"
The Fender pick up has two wires, blue and white. The Jackson has four: red, green ,black, and white.
1st. Determine the hot wire and the ground wire on the Jackson pick up and then just replace the Jackson pup with the Fender pup. White on the Fender is the hot lead and blue is for the ground. If you hook it up backwards it will be out of phase with the other pup's and will sound thin and weak when selected with either the rhythm pup or the lead pup. Of course, by itself it will sound normal because switching the wires only changes the phase of the Fender pup.
On the Jackson pup, the green and black are ground while the white and red are the hot side. Just solder the white lead of the Fender pup to the pup selector hot side and the blue lead to the ground.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
The Fender Stratocaster (in common with all Fender guitars) has passive pick-ups so should be plugged into the no 1 socket.
Whilst it will work in the No 2 input socket this has lower sensitivity and is intended for use with guitars that have active (battery powered) pick-ups.
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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