#2
i would think you should leave it unlocked so it can move while your tightening it in the lock it after
but im not sure if its the proper way because i havent done it before
#4
Quote by GibsonnFender
i would think you should leave it unlocked so it can move while your tightening it in the lock it after
but im not sure if its the proper way because i havent done it before

well no, once you've tightened the screw there's no point in using the trem lock because basically, once the screw is tightened enough, the tailpiece can't move anyway. the lock is irrelevant.

never done this with my jazzmaster though - it's one of those very rare guitars where i actually like the trem
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#5
Quote by Blompcube
well no, once you've tightened the screw there's no point in using the trem lock because basically, once the screw is tightened enough, the tailpiece can't move anyway. the lock is irrelevant.

never done this with my jazzmaster though - it's one of those very rare guitars where i actually like the trem



But do I tighten the trem with the tremlock on or off?
#6
Tighten and block it with it unlocked, then lock it. You should look at the Fender Special Edition Jaguar HH though, it's a double humbucker Jaguar which already has a fixed bridge (tune-o-matic and stopbar style), as well as the proper Jaguar controls rather than the Classic Player's weird coil splits (which don't even work properly as anyone who's ever tried variable coil splits will testify).
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#7
Quote by MrFlibble
Tighten and block it with it unlocked, then lock it. You should look at the Fender Special Edition Jaguar HH though, it's a double humbucker Jaguar which already has a fixed bridge (tune-o-matic and stopbar style), as well as the proper Jaguar controls rather than the Classic Player's weird coil splits (which don't even work properly as anyone who's ever tried variable coil splits will testify).


I would buy the Fender Special Edition Jaguar HH if it was available where I live
#8
Anywhere that sells the Classic Player HH would be able to order in the Special Edition HH for you.
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#9
Quote by MrFlibble
Anywhere that sells the Classic Player HH would be able to order in the Special Edition HH for you.


Do the Special Edition HH have a rocking bridge or is it rock solid?