Hello all! I have a Squier P-bass and have recently been doing some setup tweaks. I adjusted the truss rod and lowered my bridge saddles. I was working on lowering my pickups when I realized one of the screws had a messed up head. Trying to use a phillips screwdriver is utterly useless... I tried using some pliers (the kind that get narrow at the end... needle-nose I think?) but that did close to nothing. I also tried to find replacement screws at the Home Depot, but they don't have screws with the right thread spacing or length (I think it should be a lag screw of #4, ~1.25" long, not sure ab thread). I'm going to check out some local guitar shops for the screws... but any recommendations on how to remove the screw or where to get a replacement (maybe some other hardware store in San Diego?)? Also, to clarify... pickup -> string distance should be ~5mm for E/A pickup, ~4mm for D/G? I know I should use my ear, but my amp is so bad, I can't really tell if the sound is distorted or not... it's just all mushy (or maybe I should called it a "warm" sound). Thanks for the help!