#1
i mostly play in standard except the occaisonal drop d, but i want to start experimenting with drop c. i really dont use the whammy bar much at all and i wanna be able to switch tunings. what could i use to block it? and if i blocked it (tis now in standard) could i tune it to drop c and it be intune without fret buzz?
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#3
i cut a block of wood to fit
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#4
try 9 volts batts.. never tried though..
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#5
hmm i have a floating trem on my jackson, could i do the same thing?
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#6
A piece of plywood on both sides should be fine but if you wanna soend some money, you can get the Tremol-no or the Tremsetter
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