#1
Hey UG,
after searching heaps and finding several unanswered threads about installing a 2 point strat trem.. I have become a little suspicious about the idea of doing this... it sounds like a good idea since on a 2 point the pivot point looks some what more efficient. any idea or thoughts

PS: I also know u can remove the inner 4 screws on a vintage strat trem.. but it doesn't look to healthy

Thanx
#2
I think what you'd have to do is fill the existing screw holes, and then drill for the post brushings into the wood with the correct spacing.

But then it would look like plain unfinished wood poking out from under the baseplate a bit.
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#3
^what do you mean.. why would you have to fill the inner holes? they would just be covered by the new trem
#4
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Maybe it would, it depends on the trem spacing, and how I just visualized it.

The baseplate may not cover the inside holes, maybe not entirely.
And you'd probably have to fill the outside holes, because the spacing could be different from the new 2 point trem. Maybe you wouldn't have to, depends on the specs of your guitar.
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