#1
Every time I play a Bb, a spring in the back vibrates and comes through my amp. I dont like it very much. What can I do to make the madness stop? Can I just stuff something in there? I don't want it to interfere with the use of the trem.
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#2
Im assuming you have a tremolo of some sort? Really its all physics, when you play that note it creates a certain resonance... the spring may vibrate at that frequency... you could possibly try oiling the spring? I dont know im sorry all my guitars are stop tail... sounds like something your just going to have to deal with
#3
i dont think you have to "just deal with" it.
i've seen lots of people put a little piece of foam back there.
just enough so that the springs don't vibrate and wallah! fixed
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#4
Quote by elchico04
i dont think you have to "just deal with" it.
i've seen lots of people put a little piece of foam back there.
just enough so that the springs don't vibrate and wallah! fixed

your answer is right but i think you mean "voila"? lol nearly another "Toshay!" moment!
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#5
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damn...i knew there was something wrong with that last word before i posted but was too lazy to change it
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