#1
i just wanted to know if using my tremolo arm (whammy bar) damage my bridge.
and i got a stratocaster guitar. please help!!
#2
no
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#3
As long as you dont go steve vai style on it and hold the guitar up in the air by the trem,you should be fine...The chances are if you have a strat,it'll be a FAT-10 trem system,very reliable. No damage done as long as you dont abuse it (Unlinke squier model trem which are crap lol)
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#4
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As long as you dont go steve vai style on it and hold the guitar up in the air by the trem,you should be fine...The chances are if you have a strat,it'll be a FAT-10 trem system,very reliable. No damage done as long as you dont abuse it (Unlinke squier model trem which are crap lol)


Yea, my Squire's trem is destroyed cause of my whammy bar. Squires are sh**.
#5
Quote by andyd93
As long as you dont go steve vai style on it and hold the guitar up in the air by the trem,you should be fine...The chances are if you have a strat,it'll be a FAT-10 trem system,very reliable. No damage done as long as you dont abuse it (Unlinke squier model trem which are crap lol)


yes, save that for a floyd rose

the tremelo could make it go out of tune, but if your guitar is set up correctly it should be completely fine
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#8
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Yea, my Squire's trem is destroyed cause of my whammy bar. Squires are sh**.

Meh...the trem system on them are crappy,but the guitars themselves are nice to play,i have a digitech whammy pedal,so i dont use the whammy bar...

And to the guy who said leave it to the floyd rose,i agree,floyd rose trem systems are completely fool proof,the only problem is that if you snap a string while playing,you cant carry on,apart from that,theyre one of the best inventions ever.

^Yeah you could,but unless you are completely 110% what youre doing with the wires,dont even attempt it because you could completely ruin youre guitar by messing up the re-wiring.
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