#1
I don't know what it's called, on my Ibanez its the little piece of black plastic that holds the strings into the bridge.

I lost one of them, where can I get a replacement? And do you think I can use anything else in its place until I get a replacement?

thanks.
#2
pics would be preffered, otherwise, we can be playing guessing game for hours
People in the pit take my post way too seriously.

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#5
Because thats not my guitar I just got that of google, but do you see What i'm missing? Do you know what it's called?
#6
is it one of those little block things, that press onto the sting to hold it in when you tighten it?
#9
so you want a string retaining block for a zr trem.

part number 2zr2-3



ask your ibanez dealer to order one for you.
#13
Quote by ibanezgod1973
^ it`s not even the same bridge

it was just an example
#14
Quote by guitar12
yeah number 2, thanks for this by the way.

no prob. you can probably find a little metal thing somewhere around your house, that would fit
#16
good then, i dont see what you could do with this though, other than email the guy, which is probably what you are supposed to do
#18
Now I know what it is, but it's still impossible to buy it... I went on that guys ebay shop and he dosen't seem to sell them anymore.
#19
Quote by guitar12
Now I know what it is, but it's still impossible to buy it... I went on that guys ebay shop and he dosen't seem to sell them anymore.

that sucks... any local guitar shops around you?
#20
Quote by olix95
that sucks... any local guitar shops around you?


Yeah, I doubt they will be able to help but I guess I will give it a go anyway.
#21
cottam guitars is about a hours drive away from york, wigan postcode but leigh is closer to warrington, and for 3 pound for the part and about 1/2 hour of messing about, do it yourself (fiddly but worth the experience)
#22
Quote by guitar12
Yeah, I doubt they will be able to help but I guess I will give it a go anyway.

yeah, you should... you never know, some of those places have some of the most unexpected extra things laying around