#1
Well maybe thats a little over dramatic but if anyone oculd help me its welcome. My tremolo bar has been screwed in way too far over time and when i tried to take it outit is amazingly stiff both ways. If you could tell me which way you turn a trem bar to take it out i would be very grateful.
#2
anti clockwise
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#5
my friend has this same problem with his squier. he asked me to help him and i tried all the things u listed and it wouldn't budge at all.
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#7
you must have turned it to far and started to cut a new thread.
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#8
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you must have turned it to far and started to cut a new thread.


+1

It's never a good ideal to screw a trem bar in really tight.
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#10
spray some lubrication around the bar, happened to me yesterday, it came right out. I suggest WD 40
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