• With clean bridge plate:  place rectangle mirror in , tilted so that you can see ‘birds eye’ view for perfect adjustment when pickup is wet glued in later . I use an plastic mirror with removable velcro long block .   
  • All strings removed except low E  put a string pin in the A string (without the A string ) note the two stubs .
  • Using ‘Loctite 6 min epoxy GEL mix an coffee bean amount thoroughly , smear thin coat just in front of stubs (feel with fingers check mirror image ) and another coat on bottom of pickup and place it in between stubs , gentle massage it on so glue suctions it , check for straightness so wire doesn’t drift it off .
  • Center it so where the wire goes into pickup lines up with center of string holes plus center in between holes as well .
  • With sound system on “flat’ (PA and/ or preamp and /or amp etc ) have volume so that you can hear E string ( almost half or more with wet glue ) drag pickup out 1/4 inch from there to out toward the sound hole to hear it over saddle line ( every guitar has variances of saddle line ) you will hear it change as it hovers over saddle line but don’t go too far or you get more woodsy bass notes verses clean sound from the strings/ saddle line .
  • This is your EQ adjust . Try for perfect at flat .Volume will increase a lot as glue hardens , you only have a 3 min window to move pickup around . Don’t move too much or you will wreck the glue .
  • In 10 min the glue will make it almost too loud ,play string and tap outside saddle line and hear it fade as you tap from bass side to treble side – this is a good test that you are in !
  • Remove low E and install high E with an string pin in B string hole , proceed with treble side same as above . The photos have the pins reversed but stick with this .