#1
I'm doing a squire strat refinish/build. ATM all thats done is its taken apart and been stripped down to wood(all 4 pieces lol). Now before i go to paint i want to know if i should fill any screw holes. I'm thinking about upgrading the tremolo and i wanted to know what was better about the 2 post trem vs the 6 screw. and if i decide to fill some holes and go 2 post trem whats better so far im looking at these:

http://store.guitarfetish.com/gowistsatrfi.html

and

http://store.guitarfetish.com/usast2pohast2.html

any input is appreciated thanks in advance.

oh yeah and a lil side question what brand of primer paint and clear should i look into im wanting to do a deep blue metallic color haven't shopped around yet just some advice :]
Epiphone les paul studio
Traynor YCS50
vox wah V847
Fulltone Full-Drive 2
squire strat- currently in process of getting custom finish!


gassing for warmoth build
#3
kk ty so i should def go with the 2 post versus the 6 screw? still want to know why...
Epiphone les paul studio
Traynor YCS50
vox wah V847
Fulltone Full-Drive 2
squire strat- currently in process of getting custom finish!


gassing for warmoth build
#5
^those are both 2 post tremolos i want to know what makes a 2 post better than a 6 screw
Epiphone les paul studio
Traynor YCS50
vox wah V847
Fulltone Full-Drive 2
squire strat- currently in process of getting custom finish!


gassing for warmoth build
#7
kk TY
Epiphone les paul studio
Traynor YCS50
vox wah V847
Fulltone Full-Drive 2
squire strat- currently in process of getting custom finish!


gassing for warmoth build
#11
I'm usually a FR guy,
but I'd go with the Wilkinson. It has amazing tuning stability... and it's one of the sexier trems.
Quote by conor1148
who cares if they're drawn,


boobies



Gear:
Peavey Supreme 100W head
Crate 4x12 cab
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
Modded Johnson Stratocaster