#1
Hey UG, it's been a long long time since I've logged in, but I'm having an issue with my trem. So as you know, the FR has screws in the bridge that pins down the block that holds the string in the bridge. Well I dun goof'd and tightened the screw too tight, and after years of being used the metal had worn down, and the screw head twisted off, leaving the screw in the bridge. I don't know how I could possibly take it out, to unpin the strings to change my strings anymore. Do you guys have any ideas? I really want to get out of this D tuning lol. If I end up having to take it down to the shop, do you think they would have to replace the whole damn thing?
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#2
You can buy all the seperate parts for the floyd rose so no, just need that screw, you should be able to get it out with pliers or vice grips, something like that.
#3
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You can buy all the seperate parts for the floyd rose so no, just need that screw, you should be able to get it out with pliers or vice grips, something like that.

How would I do that? It's basically cut off like this.



So how would I remove that screw without a way to open up the mounting thing?
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#4
You need a new saddle. Buy one from Allparts.
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#5
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You need a new saddle. Buy one from Allparts.

Thanks!
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