Hi, I have recently acquired a 2006 Warwick Corvette ash standard from ebay very cheap. Thankfully the headstock is not cracked as suspected, the neck is not warped and the tuning peg holes are not damaged. But the bridge pickup popped up recently. Having removed the pickup I've found two of the brass inserts/anchors which hold the screws have come free from the wood. These anchors are not threaded so I won't repair the wood and redrill it. Will likely epoxy it back into place, wondered if anybody knew of any reason not to? And why are the pickup springs so damn strong (will probably find some foam instead)? Thanks, Lee.