#1
sup guys,
wondering what happens if you adjust the outer pivot screws on a vintage trem strat bridge (note: strat bridge is flat to the body)

thanx
#2
you mean the ones on the back? ____|) <-- there?

they're for adjusting intonation
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#3
the trem will be come loose and move freely between the length of the crews and the body, i don't recommend doing this and don't see a reason why, note that these screws shouldn't be screwed right down, as they act as the pivot point
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#5
they might be overly tight already!

the bridge does sit flush with the body yeah? and not angled up?

also loosening the screws may cause the springs to pull the bridge hard against the body of the guitar, maybe cracking finish or making little dings in the body
Spear Gladius II
Squire Standard Stratocaster LTD ED c/w hotrails
Squire Deluxe Strat c/w Hotrails
Dean Baby V
Tanglewood Acoustic
Bugera 333 Head
Laney Cab Vintage 30's
Dunlop Crybaby
Boss RC-2
Boss MT-2 (modified)
Marshall Jackhammer
#6
i think ill leave it... i havn't touched the 2 outer screws and prefer not to mess with anything but thanks for your help
Last edited by striker327 at Dec 7, 2007,