#1
Let's say, hypothetically, I took my strat (Squier), which has a trem, and removed the springs in the back, took off the trem bridge, and put on a hardtail bridge, without adjusting anything before or after.

How would it affect the guitar? And no, I haven't actually done it yet, but I've thought about it. Though I know I don't know what I'm doing and wouldn't want to try anything yet.

Thanks
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#4
if its a squier i suggest you smash it and get a better guitar
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#5
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if its a squier i suggest you smash it and get a better guitar


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#6
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if its a squier i suggest you smash it and get a better guitar


How helpful.
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#7
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if its a squier i suggest you smash it and get a better guitar


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#8
You wont be able to just drop a hardtail in it. The screws that hold the plate down are right where the hole for the wammy is. But shouldnt affect anything as for making problems.