YZNLife 254 Pieces Electric Guitar Screw Kit (9 Types) with Springs for Electric Guitar Bridge, Pickup, Pickguard, Tuner, Switch, Neck Plate, Guitar Strap Buttons and a Tweezers by YZNlife at Jeff Beck Guitars. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Descriptions:The whole kit includes 9 types of screws and 2 types guitar strap buttons, an elbow tweezers for electric guitar. They can meet your needs for guitar repair. Easy to install and use.all store in a plastic box, convenient to carry and keep.Package includes:Pickguard Screws: 50 piecesTuner Screws: 50 piecesPickup Ring Mounting Screws: 20 piecesStrat Bridge Mounting Screws: 12 piecesTele Bridge Mounting Screws: 12 piecesStrat/Tele Pickup Screws with Spring: 12 SetsHumbucker Pickup Scre
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