#1
I have an Ibanez S470

I'm not entirely certain, but I think the alen key hole on the bottom (which you use to do spring adjustments) may be stripped.

Is there any way to order a replacement? Or am I screwed?
Last edited by AppleQueso at Oct 25, 2007,
#2
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#3
Good use of the term screwed. Was the pun intended?

Well, even if you do get one, you'll have to remove the one that's stripped. I'm not quite sure which screw you mean, though (I don't have a ZR). Unless it's really small (most likely) you might find something at your local hardware store. They have all sorts of screws.
#4
Quote by sashki
Good use of the term screwed. Was the pun intended?

Well, even if you do get one, you'll have to remove the one that's stripped. I'm not quite sure which screw you mean, though (I don't have a ZR). Unless it's really small (most likely) you might find something at your local hardware store. They have all sorts of screws.


I wish I had a picture of it at the moment.

It's an alen key, and the ZR is covered in wierd parts, so I don't think I could find it at a hardware store.

It's not an emergency at the moment either. I just need to rebalance it for D-Standard tuning. In the mean time I just have the trem blocked, seeing as that I haven't gotten around to ordering the tremolo arm.

And the pun was semi-intended.

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