#1
Can I put a Floyd on a strat with out routing it. I know I would have to route if i want it to be able to go both ways but if i just leave it so it can only go up I wouldnt have to route it would I? thanks
#2
What would be the point of putting a Floyd Rose on it, only to be able drop one way?
#3
No. It's bigger than the floating trem.
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#4
tuneabilty. the vintage trem have pretty crappy tunabilty and I would need to go the other way really.
#5
Maybe drop the trem against the body. That should help a little.
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#7
no you need to route the body, my guitar has a big routing and I paid alot extra to be able to own with the OFR
#8
yeah but wont it fit over the wood so it cant go into the body only above? (on a fender Strat)
#9
yes you can, its possible but also requires a neck shim. also remember that many vintage strat trems are 6 screws where as floyd roses use 2 studs so your going to filling up holes and drilling new ones
#10
cant i just leave the 6 holes and put the 2 flyod screws in 2 already there?
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#11
why are you going thru so much trouble, get a 50 dollar set of schaller locking tuners.
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#12
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#13
because you can't do all the fun floyd rose things..
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#14
For a Floyd rose if i wanna put on the locking nut on a strat do I have to drill holes through the neck?
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#15
^obviously.

Putting a FR on a strat makes me feel uneasy. It just doesn't feel right. And there are so many company's with FR equipped guitars. It will never stand up to the beating the FR dishes out.
#16
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^obviously.

Putting a FR on a strat makes me feel uneasy. It just doesn't feel right. And there are so many company's with FR equipped guitars. It will never stand up to the beating the FR dishes out.


was that answering my question?
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#17
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cant i just leave the 6 holes and put the 2 flyod screws in 2 already there?


not really, the stud sizes are larger than the 6 screws so it wouldnt be exactly possible
#18
couldnt you drill them bigger?
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#19
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couldnt you drill them bigger?


you could but you would most likely weaken the wood holes left in from the 6 screws meaning it wouldnt be that stable