#1
ok ug i have recently added a super disortion to my squier start i am thinkin of adding a floyd rose. what i wanna no id how hard is it to install? the price? and where can i find one? and what other things can i do to make it more hair metalishbsides get a new guitar
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#2
Google for the price and where to find one? And probably not that hard to install.
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#3
unless you are good with a router its hard.
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#4
unless you want the floyd to act like a normal strat trem installing it is gonna be a bitch plus you will nee to re-route the nut slot to accommodate the locking nut
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#5
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unless you want the floyd to act like a normal strat trem installing it is gonna be a bitch plus you will nee to re-route the nut slot to accommodate the locking nut


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Unless you're really good with a router (or you know someone who is), it's gonna be a major pain trying to do it. Even though you didn't wanna hear it, you'd be better off getting a new guitar. Even if you didn't want the intense up-and-down action and you just wanted it to act like a normal Strat tremolo, you'd still need to have a neck with a route for a locking nut.
#6
Quote by RicoTheBeast
+3.14

Unless you're really good with a router (or you know someone who is), it's gonna be a major pain trying to do it. Even though you didn't wanna hear it, you'd be better off getting a new guitar. Even if you didn't want the intense up-and-down action and you just wanted it to act like a normal Strat tremolo, you'd still need to have a neck with a route for a locking nut.


I'm pretty sure I've seen guitars with a locking nut on the headstock - behind a standard nut