#1
Dudes, a major problem where your help would be greatly appreciated. My friend was messing around with the trem on my guitar, a GRG270dx, and the fool broke the screw on the back of the bridge, the one for the D string. Is it replaceable? Any idea about the costs? Once again, thanks in advance.


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Current Rig:

Ibanez GRG270dx
DOD 40watt amp (don't know the model)
Dunlop Crybaby (moded)


I know it's sad but it'll do for now.

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#3
the one that does intonation. take a pic and highlight the screw

edit: the grg doesnt have a floyd rose
#5
Quote by azn_guitarist25
the one that does intonation. take a pic and highlight the screw

edit: the grg doesnt have a floyd rose



Um yea, i realise that. but since it's in the same style and i have no idea as to what it's called, i jsut called it that but thanks yea.
Current Rig:

Ibanez GRG270dx
DOD 40watt amp (don't know the model)
Dunlop Crybaby (moded)


I know it's sad but it'll do for now.

Member of the Nasi Lemak Appreciation Club!
#7
Quote by azn_guitarist25
the one that does intonation. take a pic and highlight the screw

edit: the grg doesnt have a floyd rose


Nope, The GRG 270DX has a floyd. ILT Bridge it's called.
#9
Maybe its this, you should get the Original style, the longer one to fit into the ILT bridge
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Bridges,_tailpieces/Floyd_Rose_tremolos_and_parts/4/Floyd_Rose_Locking_Tremolo_and_Parts.html.

If thats not it, kindly point to me which screw its missing


Just for those who dont know, ILT bridge is Ibanez new Lo-Trs version.
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