#1
Noob question here, but I'm still wondering.


I've got a B.C. Rich Mockingbird (NJ Series) with a licensed Floyd Rose Bridge.

I change tunings. A lot. Anywhere from E to C standard, or any custom tunings inbetween. This bridge is a pain in the ass.

Is it even possible to remove a bridge like this, as well as the locking nut, replace it with a normal nut, then just install a stationary (or whatever the hell they're called) bridge?

I really don't want to have to buy another guitar, unless somehow doing this costs a ton...

I know if it's possible it'd be sorta costly and take some work, but I just can't stand this bridge anymore.
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#2
block it. either get a tremo-no or size some wood to block it front and back.
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#3
you could just block the tremolo and take off the locking nut


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why did you get one if you were just going to change tunings a lot?

At time of purchase, I never really did. Now, I like to more often. This presents a problem.
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