#1
I have a Schecter Damien FR.

I've joined a band recently that could possbily play things in Drop C/Drop B


Is there any way I could change the Licensed Floyd Rose, to not be floating?
What I mean Is, If I take off the locking nut, is there anything I can do to just make it a hardtail bridge?
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#2
Sure. Just increase the spring tension to the point where the Floyd is resting against the body, or stick a block of wood into the cavity to immobilize the thing. Or buy a Tremol-No, so you can switch from floating to fixed at will.
#4
tremol-no.
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#6
How would I go about blocking it with wood?
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#7
Cut a piece of wood to the size of the space between the back of the cavity and the block of the trem. Insert wood. Voila.
#8
Install a tremol-no.
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#13
Tremel-no's are one of the greatest additions to any floating brige. I have recently installed one onto my Ibanez RG350DX and it works fantastically. When im in the mood i can keep it unlocked and play normally adding in dive bombs and what not. However when i get in the grundge mood, i will lock it into hardtail or dive only mode, tune it to drop c/ drop d and play some harder stuff...

Just make sure u get it back to standard tuning before you unlock the trem again.