#1
... if you do of course.

Every once in a while I'll hit a rensonate note and one or more of the springs will sing. It's not a huge issue but it does happen everyonce in a while.

-Tony
#2
i don't but i have had an issue with a cavity on some guitar a few years ago. i threw in a little piece of foam, like packing foam, usually grey. cut it with scissors and you are good.
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#5
some people glue foam to the back of the plastic trem spring cover, just enough to make contact with the spring and it works quite well without making the springs stick or go sharp
#6
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some people glue foam to the back of the plastic trem spring cover, just enough to make contact with the spring and it works quite well without making the springs stick or go sharp


I like this.
#8
Felt on the back of the trem cover.
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#9
Had some lyrics I had printed off the computer nearby and folded them up and stuck 'em in.
Amazingly I've had no problems since and that was... 2 years ago?