Gentlemen: While taking out the pickups on my 1982 L2000 to slap some copper shielding foil in place, I somehow found a way to break a 20-year-old screw that was minding its own business. The screw snapped where the threading starts and while the pickup remains relatively stable, with half a shaft in place, I am going to have to find a way to remove the stub and replace it. It does seem like its in pretty good and I'm hoping that it hasn't cross-threaded or stripped the thread of the brass sleeve(?)/nut(?) that is in the body. Any suggestions on the best way to get this out? I tried needle-nose pliers but they just slip and I don't think there is enough clearance for vise-grips. Where would be the best place to snag a replacement? Sigh, I'm a maroon. Much thanks in advance for all help with this!