#1
I'm ashamed to say that last night, my group and I were playing at a party, and when we finished, I had a little too much to drink... So, at the end of the night, I picked up my guitar and said "wait guys, check it out!" (or something of that manner) What I did was so stupid. I played a powerchord, and lifted up waaay too much on my whammy bar, and broke my low E string at the tremolo. I thought to myself "No big deal, I'll just buy some new strings tomorrow."

Today, I got the strings, and came home and tried replacing it. I noticed something. There's a piece missing from where I put the string in.

Here's a picture

I didn't see a part fly off anywhere, or a piece on the floor...

Anyway, my first rule of guitar - Don't play it when you're drunk.


So would a guitar shop fix this, or would I have to buy a whole new trem? Sorry, I'm really stupid when it comes to this, cause this is my first guitar with a tremolo like that. Thanks all!
#2
you can buy those, easy to loose if you take off the string, order or check google
#3
Quote by Tempoe
you can buy those, easy to loose if you take off the string, order or check google


Thank you very much, that's reassuring. I don't have another guitar, since my fender's jack is broken, and I refuse to play on my old starter guitar.

What would you call that piece?
#6
You want the String Lock Block. It's a little less than halfway down the page. Ctrl+F it. Make sure you get the right one.
You can call me Aaron.


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Last edited by biga29 at Nov 1, 2013,