#1
hey everyone is was wondering if it was possible if i could remove the trem on my guitar and put a hardtail bridge on it. thanks. also any were i could get directions on how to do this would be nice.
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#2
you can just put a block of wood in the trem cavity. basically making ur trem a fixed bridge.
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#4
If u have a Strat-style trem, then u can buy a bridge that looks like one, but is a string-thru and not a trem. u would have to gut the trem cavity, get a bock of wood, glue it into ur cavity, and then either edrill string holes or put a TOM/Stoptail or a Wrap-around.
#5
Put two pieces of blocks under the trem, and both sides of the cavity. Try and move the trem, if it doesn't, you're good to go. Take off the arm, and you got yourself a hardtail.
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Put two pieces of blocks under the trem, and both sides of the cavity. Try and move the trem, if it doesn't, you're good to go. Take off the arm, and you got yourself a hardtail.



auctauly that doesnt sound half bad...if my trem wasnt already bent. thanks anyway
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