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    Default Re: Upgraded Fender Mando Strat

    That case is for the FM62SCE or Robert Schmidt models.
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    I think those knobs are the stock chrome flat top ones. That is a really nice case!

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    Sorry! I didn't specify. I was talking about the knobs in the first post of this thread.

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    Ah...... they look creme to me.

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    Good evening, forum.
    I just got the Moongazer bridge with independent saddles for my Mando Strat.
    I didn't knew it came without the screws for the saddles. Do any of you know which type/size os screws i should buy?

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    Did you mean the little saddle screws? Email him. He's good at responding and I'm sure he'll send you them. I have no idea if the stock screws will work, but give it a shot.

    IF you mean the 3 large bridge screws that hold the plate to the body, just use the stock Fender screws again. They worked fine for me.

    Just remember to keep each saddle flat ie both height screws the same. I didn't at first and had some rattles but was advised to keep them the same and all is well. You'll be pleased with it, once it's set up and intonated. I am!

    Michael

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