#1
so im playin my guitar (wammy less) and i see a screw driver laying on my desk i grap it and stick it into the wammy slot. strum once any jerk the driver. it worked... but is it good for my guitar
#4
I don't see how it could be bad for the guitar, becasue that's a WB's function anyway, but it's possible that you could cause the screw or whatever inside to strip.
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#5
^ What that guy said, You'll strip the threads inside of the Whammy Bar slot.
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#7
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but it's possible that you could cause the screw or whatever inside to strip.


+1
You'll damage the threads inside the slot.
#8
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but it's possible that you could cause the screw or whatever inside to strip.

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#9
not bad for the entire guitar, but you may damage the slot
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#10
i took an allen wrench once, wrapped a small piece of electric tape on the end, and screwed that end into some old Samick, it worked great
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#11
What everyone else said - if its a threaded slot you'll be doing no good. Don't be a gimp, get a new bar!
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