#1
I notice on all my OFRs that the tremolo arm is loose. I meen it wiggles in its position. The edge three on the other hand held the arm tight making its use more smooth. How can I tighten it?

By the way i dont meant that it moves around. But once i tighten it into a position. It is there but it wiggles within that position. Like the bar wiggles
#3
My OFR just stays after I tighten the screw sleeve really well. Try applying a layer of clear nail polish on the arm to make it a bit wider so it gets stuck in the sleeve and doesn't wiggle around.
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#4
You can use Teflon tape around the threads, stick a small pencil spring into the hole to add upward tension, some people use that goop you put around bolts and whatnot in a car engine. It's all up to you, bu I personally like Teflon tape and spring.
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#5
I tightened the screw, and the whammy bar stays at whatever angle i put it. What I mean is it moves like a millimeter or two in its hole. So how can I make the hole secure it better. Explain the technique.

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#6
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I tightened the screw, and the whammy bar stays at whatever angle i put it. What I mean is it moves like a millimeter or two in its hole. So how can I make the hole secure it better. Explain the technique.

I really appreciate it..


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