#1
I'm looking into customising my old Squier a bit for a project during the summer once my exams are done. A while back I'm fairly sure that I saw a fixed bridge that could be used to replace a trem, since it was designed to use the same holes.

Does anybody know anything about these, and where I could get ahold of one?

If you do know about them, would I have to cut a block of wood to put in place of the springs?
#2
I'm pretty sure you can just leave the back cavity open, but you can fill it in if you want. You can see a full catalog of Fener parts on their website, and I'm pretty sure they sell a full fixed bridge assembly.
#3
It would appear that they don't have a fixed bridge assembly for strats on their site.

Does anyone know of any other places?

Preferrably somewhere that ships to the UK.
#4
yeah, i saw a fixed bridge replacement, ill look around.

but yeah, blocking a trem is easy enough.
u fit a small block of wood in the back trem cavity. so the bridge cant move.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Guitar/Replacement/Parts?sku=360583&src=3SOSWXXA
here's an ugly one, replaces a vintage style. not sure if all squier models can mix wt fender parts.
Jenneh

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