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    Lightbulb Albert Lee HH pickup switch question

    Hello forum;
    I wonder if someone has replaced the stock super switch PU selector with another brand?
    The stock switch on mine has become so easy, to roll over the stops. that it's difficult to set unless I'm zeroing in while playing. I think I'm ready to try an alternative because just replacing the original I feel will give me the same performance. The only piece of the puzzle left is the blade lever length. None of what I've found are the 3/4" that the original has.
    Any experienced person out there that can guide me?

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    If the lever is too long it can be cut with a big wire cutters or tin snips. I used the big wire cutters that came with my Ernie Ball tool kit. You'll need two hands and place a towel over it as you cut so the off cut doesn't fly across the room and take someone's eye out.
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