Jackson Soloist: Screw in the trem cavity?
Ok, I just bought a brand new Jackson Soloist SL2H, and even though the ebony fretboard looked a little bit grainy, I absolutely loved the way it played. However, I was looking to install a Goldo Backbox and when I opened the trem cavity, I noticed something extremely odd and concerning. The point of a small screw (but larger than the ones holding in cavity cover, but it looks like a sheet metal screw rather than a wood screw) JUST poking through the wood as if it was drilled in too far from the pickup cavity. I haven't removed the pickups on it yet, so I don't know if that's what it is, but I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of this before? Also, would that have anything to do with my pickups sounding slightly microphonic when the guitar is pressed against my chest like when I'm playing sitting down?
I just ordered the backbox and a set of Seymour Duncan active pickups, but I don't want to install either of these mods on a faulty guitar. Should I contact Jackson about it?