#1
I recently bought a guitar with a Floyd Rose and I've found that I hate FR's by my life. I want to be able to completely block my Floyd Rose from any movement.

How would I go by doing this? I've heard of something called a "Tremsetter", would that help?
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#2


but you can try to balance the bridge better too.
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#3
you only need the block on the left (closer to the neck of the guitar). Once you have that in place, just increase the tension on the springs. This will allow you to still use it for dips, but you dont have to deal with the tuning issues of a floating vibrato
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#4
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you only need the block on the left (closer to the neck of the guitar). Once you have that in place, just increase the tension on the springs. This will allow you to still use it for dips, but you dont have to deal with the tuning issues of a floating vibrato

Can't do that, I use heavy gauge strings.
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#6
There needs to be a forum for people who want to swap whammy guitars for hardtail guitars.