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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-21-2000, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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Real quick..mm"s *converted to 50th's of an inch.. - help me

I wanna check my pick-up highth and all I have with me right now, is a little ruler that measures in increments of *10's and 50's of an inch. *

Someone please get me close....I think the Jemsite says between 1.6 and 2.0 mm's.....

Thanks fellas

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Real quick..mm"s *converted to 50th's of an inch..

I use the 1.5mm allen wrench that comes with the guitar. I adjust until it touches the string and lower it 1/4 turn. I use the same tool to adjust string height at the 24th fret and to adjust bridge angle. Works like a charm.

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Real quick..mm"s *converted to 50th's of an inch..

1mm = .039", to convert divide inches by 25.4 or multiply mm by 25.4, therefore 1.6mm = .063" or 1/8" and 2mm = .079".

Hope this helps,
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Real quick..mm"s *converted to 50th's of an inch..

I don't think you need to be all that accurate.
A visual reference should do the trick well enough.

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