#1
http://www.musician.com/product/Custom-Shop-Parts-Hot-Rod-Drop-Top-Convertible-Bridge?sku=361537&src=GWPGWXX
has anyone had any experience with this?
also if it does fit on my squier and everythings all good what would i do with the big hole in the back of my guitar?
is that wire soldered to the part in the back important or is it ok to leave it disconnected since i would just be taking the old bridge out?
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#2
If you don't like the hole in the back of the guitar, you'd have to fill it up with a block of wood, use a filler to make it seamless and then paint. Does it have a cover plate?

As for the wire, that's the ground and it's got to be connected to the bridge. In my bass guitar (non trem) it has a hole drilled diagonally from the middle of the bridge through to the cavity with the tone and volume pots, and the wire's fed through it. I suspect you'd have to do that

Peace