#1
will this bridge(http://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender--62-Reissue-Stratocaster-Tremolo-Bridge-361340-i1130092.gc) fit on my guitar (http://www.guitarcenter.com/Squier-by-Fender-Bullet-Electric-Guitar-with-Tremolo-104494315-i1385540.gc)

my origional bridge was nearly impossible to fix, because alot of the little screws were broken because of my allen keys.(i'm talkin about the ones for adjusting action) Also, it's a Squire, so it tends to go out of tune quite a bit.
#3
jeez!!! dude, you're paying as much for the guitar just for the bridge! it ain't worth it! i'd just get a new guitar instead. get a Fender MIM standard... or a schecter omen 6
#5
Quote by hawk5211
and no it wont fit, at least not well.

If you even dare to put a part this expensive on a guitar that cheap i will personally laugh in your face, but w/e its your money...

seriously, the tremelo system he put up is just as expensive as his guitar lol
#6
Quote by randomhero93
jeez!!! dude, you're paying as much for the guitar just for the bridge! it ain't worth it! i'd just get a new guitar instead. get a Fender MIM standard... or a schecter omen 6


This but on brand I say my usual which is ibanez
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Randy Rhoads V with Floyd Rose
Peavey Valveking 112
Digitech RP70 Guitar Processor
#7
It would be much better to just get a new guitar...preferably one that's good. But as for your question no it won't fit at least not well like hawk said.
#9
I dont really use a trem, but realized that the trem was more exepensive. my budget is about 200 dollars(christmas money)
#10
Yeah get a new guitar or new amp its not really worth it to put one part in a guitar thats worth more than the entire thing
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Randy Rhoads V with Floyd Rose
Peavey Valveking 112
Digitech RP70 Guitar Processor
#11
Quote by Lethal Dosage
Yeah get a new guitar or new amp its not really worth it to put one part in a guitar thats worth more than the entire thing



This.

Save up your cash and just buy a new guitar that stomps your current one.Or a new amp if you're having amp issues.Look at it this way,no matter how much you dress up a smelly and diseased hooker,she's still a smelly and diseased hooker.Instead of trying to fix up a low end guitar just save your money and go for a nice guitar like a higher end MIM fender or even a used MIA model.

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#12
You dont need an official fender bridge there are ones available for less than half that. The 6 screw vintage should go on without problems. Its the 2 screw bridge that has the metric inch problem. BUT if you are doing alot of crazy stuff on the wammy a new one wont fix it. The plastic nut creates part of the tuning problem along with the cheap tuners used on squires. So if you want a guitar with a wammy then save up and buy a different guitar.