#1
is there a way u can stop the bridge from moving when i want 2 use a different tuning other than buying a Tremol-No??
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Stick a 9 volt or a piece of wood between the body in the trem rout and the trem block.



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is there a way u can stop the bridge from moving when i want 2 use a different tuning other than buying a Tremol-No??

No, in short.
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#6
depends. do you just want to block your bridge forever? if so, there are several ways.

if you want to, however, be able to block it when you want to change tunings, but be able to float the trem when you're back in its "balanced" tuning, then the tremol-no is probably the easiest option. At least that I know of.
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