#1
Hi everyone,

I recently bought a dean razorback from ebay, and it came with a pewter bar. I think its called that, its the kind that you swivel into the guitar, like a fender stratocaster.

Anywho I reached the threshold of the threading (I'm assuming) with the whammy bar to where it wouldn't tighten anymore, and accidentally went a bit further. Now its really tight and I can move it wherever I want, I just can't remove it from the guitar.

It's actually nice because I have more control over the bar now, but I can't shake the feeling that I'm damaging the guitar.

Is there any way to fix this? Anyone have a link I can go to, or have experienced this problem before that can provide some insight?

Thanks Again,
Asyilius
#2
i have a FBD and where the whammy goes in if you screw in it to tight you gotta get a wrench and hold the nut where it screws in and then unscrew the whammy. Hope that helps if thats what your asking.
#5
Thanks for the tip.
Instead of holding the nut, though, I just pushed on the guitar while unscrewing, it worked, and was easier imo.

As for whether its cheap, I kind of like it, but maybe its because its a lot easier to push/pull than my Jackson...

Anywho, thanks for the tip, and this issue is resolved, *whew*.