#1
sorry if this has been asked before but I was wondering if this is even possible? I bought an Ibanez a few years back with a floating bridge and finally realized I have no use for it really.

Also, if it can be done, where would I go to have this done? I bought the guitar at Guitar Center so I'm thinking maybe they would do it?

Thanks
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#2
im sure someone can give you links or pics.

just cut some wood peices in the tremolo cavity on either side of the block.
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#3
Quote by abyssspecter
im sure someone can give you links or pics.

just cut some wood peices in the tremolo cavity on either side of the block.

THIS!

easy and cheap fix that you can do yourself!


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#4
you can get somthing called a tremel-no i believe but its just as simple to jam it with a few coins/washers and some tape or a few wedges of wood.

ive made the mistake a couple of times of buying a guitar with a floating trem and blocking it or selling the guitar a few days/weeks later
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#5
The easiest way I've seen it to put wood blocks or somethin in the trem cavity

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