#1
Hey guys, I wondered if there was any quick and easy way to block the trem so that I can tune up/down easier. My guitar teacher said something about just giving something a turn..He could be wrong. Any ideas?
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#2
i just read something on the bandleading section about this and they were recomending something called trem-no
#3
u could use a tremel-no as a "professional" solution but what works just as well is measure the size of the hole behind the trem block, and cut a block of wood to fit in there. tighten the springs all the way, drop the block in there, then loosen the springs all the way or take them off (with strings ofcourse)
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#4
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u could use a tremel-no as a "professional" solution but what works just as well is measure the size of the hole behind the trem block, and cut a block of wood to fit in there. tighten the springs all the way, drop the block in there, then loosen the springs all the way or take them off (with strings ofcourse)

This.
E:-6
B:-0
G:-5
D:-6
A:-0
E:-3