Im tired of always messing around with the springs, and having the huge hassle trying to change the strings. Is there anything i can do to make my bridge almost like a fixed bridge? So instead of messing with the springs and other strings when i wanna change my Low E to D from C, i can just tune it back and forth without much hassle?

I remember there was something used for this. Oh yeah i have an Edge III.

block it
or get a tremol-no in case u change ur mind
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