Re: Dying switches.
Hey, I dug up this thread again.
How often do switches actually go BAD? I've been looking over some pictures on my computer, (as sort of a hobby, I save pictures on my computer of RG's and JEMS) and all of them seem to have the stock switch, or what appears to be the stock switch.
I got some CRL switches which are very nice, but the screws are too fat. I dont wanna carve up my pickguard for a sloppy retrofit, I want a DIRECT replacement.
So. . .is there a good switch that is good quality like the CRL (with the round design rather than the black plastic import box switches) but the screws are to import size specs? (does what I'm saying make ANY sense?)
Is it possible that my switches are simply dirty? or possibly sloppily soldered? Has anyone had a similar problem, I'm trying to figure out how to fix this without running in circles.