#1
So, a couple of years ago i bought this great Schecter guitar Hellraiser, you know EMG mics, floyd great finith.....etc.
with time i realize that this was not the guitar for me and i tried to sell it, hmmm didnt work, so im kind of stuck with it and the thing that bugs me the most is the FLOYD. ive been searching and it looks like i will never get rid of it. as i love vintage tremolo i started thinking. to do the next.

1. Block the tremolo so it can go only forward (drop strings)
2. Change the security nut for a standard one
3. change cheap tunners for locking ones

i know how to do 1 & 3, can you help me to do number 2. do you think it would work, recomendations?
#3
it would fall out of tune as soon as you touch the trem if you take the locking nut off. Look at http://www.tremol-no.com/

EDIT: With locking tuners you'll probably be ok. My bad
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#5
Quote by Ieuanm
it would fall out of tune as soon as you touch the trem if you take the locking nut off. Look at http://www.tremol-no.com/

EDIT: With locking tuners you'll probably be ok. My bad

Yeah.

And no, you need that locking nut.
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#6
the floyd should tune up as it normally does. the locking nut helps. it'll stay in tune better than an unlocked nut and locking tuners. it may not be noticeable though. and i hear the tremolo-no's arent that great try to find a goldo blackbox, apparently, they're the sh*t.