#1
Okay, so my trem bar got stripped out. I need to replace it, as some of the stuff I play requires a trem. So, what should I go with? Floyd Rose, Fender, or another company (if there is one)? I play classic rock and blues, so I'm not going to be divebombing, or even using it all that much.
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#2
Just replace the bar or bar holder. No need to dish out and get an FR if you hardly use it.
#3
Alright, thanks. I would have to get it set up again though, right? The saddle adjustments and all, I mean.
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#4
I think (but could be wrong) that all you'd have to do is get a tech to take the bridge out, remove the arm holder, put a new one in and whack the bridge back where it was. I don't think you'd need to do any more adjusting at all, but don't quote me on that.

#6
Just another tip... if you plan on using a regular strat trem, then you're gonna want to lubricate the nut... graphite works well
#7
Hang on, do you mean that the actual bar (i.e. the bit you grab and wail on) of the trem has stripped threads? Just buy a replacement tremolo arm. You shouldn't have to take out the trem unit if that is the problem. Pick up a new arm from a decent guitar store. It'll be pretty cheap.