#1
About a month or so back, I was re-setting up my Squier Strat and somehow I made the bridge into a floating one. I have no idea how I did it or how to undo it, seeing as I thought it was cool at the time but now I want normal trem back. Can anybody help me??
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#2
There are screws on your bridge plate, tighten them and lower the bridge but dont lower them too far or you will hardtail it and the trem will be useless.
#3
That's sort of what I'm trying to do. I don't really have a use for the trem, and it just made the guitar a bit tuning-unstable if I push on it while palm-muting. By the screws, do you mean the two black hex-key screw things on either side of the bridge? Thanks!
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#4
I may be wrong here, but, when you made it float, did you take off the panel on the back and loosen those screws? Because that's what I did, and, to make it not float, simply do the reverse.
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#6
Well, I took off the panel in the back permanently just for ease with restringing, adjustments, ect. I turned the screws to make it easier to put the springs back on, but then put it back to its normal position. Also, when I tighten the two black hex screws all the way, the front stays down, but the back is still up. Confused!
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