#1


There it is I really love it. It's buetiful. The paint is a little darker than the flash makes it appear and it is actually clear red rather than a solid. so you can see the wood a little. Anyway, when I put the whammy bar in, it just slides in and doesn't truly lock. When I let go it just falls down, not out but down. Whatever direction gravity dictates pretty much. Is there a way to "lock" it in or keep it in one spot?

It should work like a strat does, this is a G&L Legacy Special, I payed around 1500 american after tax.

I am kinda glad it doesn't screw in anyway, I broke my other whammy like that.
#2
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that truly is a beautiful little baby
cherish it with all your heart

as for your problem
what kind of trem is it?
#3
Sometimes there is a nut you tighten in the back cavity.

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#4
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/orgasmocaster
jeebus
i am breathless

that truly is a beautiful little baby
cherish it with all your heart

as for your problem
what kind of trem is it?


+1, lol to the orgasmocaster
#6
Oh, i agree. That is a sexy guitar. I've seen some really nice looking Strats though. That strat is probably in my top 10 definitely.
#7
i love how we're not answering his question
but rather we are fapping to delicious guitar pr0n
#10
Well lots of guitar's whammy bars just fall down to the ground anyways. Instead of behind locked in one place. My floyd rose does it, and I'm used to it, I just reach over and grab the bar and use it, and then drop it back and it hangs there. But if you just really want to lock it in, I have no idea how.
#12
My Jaguar's whammy bar does the same thing, I wish I could help you.

I like the guitar though. Not a huge fan of the paintjob (I'm more of a neutral colours kinda guy) but still.
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#13
There's a screw on the side. I have a G&L Tribute S-500, and I believe that's how you keep it in place. Unfortunately, I lost the screw.
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#14
I know that many trems are just left to "hang" it's actually less of a bad thing than you think, with the bar all up in your space it gets as bad as a really close volume knob, it gets easy to just reach the small bit extra to get to the bar, and due to the type of bar I assume you aren't going to be using it a hella lot anyway.
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I know that many trems are just left to "hang" it's actually less of a bad thing than you think, with the bar all up in your space it gets as bad as a really close volume knob, it gets easy to just reach the small bit extra to get to the bar, and due to the type of bar I assume you aren't going to be using it a hella lot anyway.


Well I made sure to get locking tuners so that I could use it here and there

Thank you guys for your compliments. I'll look for said screw deputysalty. No it isn't the screw in kind Hendrix_fan_14. But I am glad about that, I broke my last whammy doing that :p
#17
i aint a fan of the traditional strats, but that is a pretty lookin thing.
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