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First of all, there are no 'normal rings', it depends on the guitar you're putting them on.

Slanted-top pickup rings would usually be used on a guitar which has a neck angle (and most likely a TOM or wraparound bridge which has a high clearance off the body of the guitar.

Flat pickup rings are usually used on trem or hard-tail equipped guitars as there is a much smaller angle to the neck and the strings are much closer to the body.

If you need the pickups higher you should be able to adjust them closer to the strings, it just might not look right having most of the pickup exposed on the topside of the body.

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First of all, there are no 'normal rings', it depends on the guitar you're putting them on.

Slanted-top pickup rings would usually be used on a guitar which has a neck angle (and most likely a TOM or wraparound bridge which has a high clearance off the body of the guitar.

Flat pickup rings are usually used on trem or hard-tail equipped guitars as there is a much smaller angle to the neck and the strings are much closer to the body.

If you need the pickups higher you should be able to adjust them closer to the strings, it just might not look right having most of the pickup exposed on the topside of the body.

Exactly. Wish seller listed it taht way. I have TOM and angled headstock. These rings are rear routed fender material.
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