#2
I can email you a photo of what mine looks like installed. just a warning if your using this to fix a bad floating trem it will help eleviate but not cure the problems with the trem. it needs to be drilled into the guitar
Last edited by losing battle at Jun 11, 2011,
#3
Block > Tremol-no, unless you plan on using the "on-off" feature of the Tremol-no often.
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#4
Sorry took so long to reply
(pm sent to losing battle)

I tried blocking it with 9v battery but the trem still moves (can't find a simple block of wood here)
I NEVER used the FR I'd be really happy to block it.
But the trem cavity is a bit weird (pic, U shaped)

I ever read about using all 5 spring, will it work ?
Or any other way to block the trem ?
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I ever read about using all 5 spring, will it work ?
Or any other way to block the trem ?

Using 5 springs won't work. If your bridge isn't recessed then you might be able to get away with it, but you want your bridge parallel to the nut.

And the shape of the cavity doesn't really matter all that much, provided that you can get a block to go at least the length of the sustain block.
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