Blake K.

Thx Nathan, ya the blackouts have all the extras, I was looking for the actual knobs , do u know the thickness of the pickup rings? The ones I have are 2 different thicknesses and the pickups r really loose , they rock back and forth, this is my first overhaul, just looking for tips , thx a lot

Nathan M.

Personally, I buy things like that from EMG directly because I know and trust the brand. allparts.com is also fairly reputable. For ring size, it's best to measure. Most of the time, bridge pickups with a Floyd Rose are 'f-spaced' which can make them a little wider. They should still usually fit in a normal sized ring. https://www.emgpickups.com/parts/mounting-rings.html they list all the dimensions and should make it easy to find what you need. They also sell knobs

Blake K.

just to clarify, I put in Seymour Duncan ahb-1 blackout active pickups and I am looking for new pickup rings , volume and tone knobs and a 3-way switch, thx

Nathan M.

To my knowledge, ESP doesn't sell replacement parts, but they use pretty standard equipment. A standard 'flat' pickup ring should fit. For the electronics, your Blackouts just use any standard 25k pots for volume/tone (which they should have come with?) and the 3 way switches are all pretty standard. If your Blackouts use solderless clips, you should be able to use a solderless kit from EMG making the install crazy easy. 

Carl N.

Blake, Allparts would be your best source for these parts.

Blake K.

I have this model ,but with a neck through body , and I’m trying to overhaul it , but I’m having trouble finding parts , how do I find them on your site?

Carl N.

Blake, currently we do not sell parts, though there are plenty of aftermarket parts suppliers out there.  Allparts, StewMac, Warmoth, just to name a few.

Pulok R.

Hello Todd, 

I've had this model for a few years now and am looking to make some changes to this, rather than buy a new one, since I love the neck. I'd like to replace the bridge with a simple tremelo (strat) bridge, remove the locks at the nut, and install some Duncan's. I already saw the comments on the pickups and have a clear idea about that. Could you please guide me with the bridge change?

Carl N.

Hey Pulok, this instrument was designed to be used with a Floyd Rose bridge and installing another bridge would be quite the task.  If you are unsure how to complete this procedure yourself it would be recommended to have a professional guitar technician handle such a modification for you.  Unfortunately we're unable to guide you through this process. 

Shahril L.

Hi Todd,

What is the reference for replacing locking nut (for neck).

The bolt thread has worn out, i thought it was universal, but seems there are quite variants (refer to floyd rose table).

For the M100 series. Thanks

Shahril L.

Its OK, i managed to get some local nuts.

And thanks for the ESP youtube tech clip...it really helps

Todd B. ESP

Hi Shahril, Sorry that I did not reply to you earlier and glad to hear you solved the issue. If you ever need technical assistance please contact our customer service team at customerservice@espguitars.com