#2
you'd have to fill the floyd cavity with a block of wood, and I'm takling about cutting out a big piece of wood, and gluing it into the guitar so it appears as if there was never a cavity...
then you'd have to repaint the guitar... and then screw on a fixed bridge...

goodluck.
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#3
Anyone who took shop class in highschool and is some what mechanicly inclined could pull this off. And yes Striketalox is right, but he's to negative! Bad you striketalonx, BAD. Dont discourage the youth of tomorrow.
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#4
oh I was hoping I could maybe get away without filling the cavity. In that case, I think I'll ghetto rig it. Thanks guys!
#5
Quote by joblow
Anyone who took shop class in highschool and is some what mechanicly inclined could pull this off. And yes Striketalox is right, but he's to negative! Bad you striketalonx, BAD. Dont discourage the youth of tomorrow.


well it is a bad idea for a guitar of the medium quality....
But I'll remember that next time
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#6
If it wasn't my only (assembled!) guitar right now, I'd be quite happy to undertake such a project. I'd rather try something different, and fail, then not try and never know :|