#1
I've got a guitar I really like, but the one big flaw on it is the Floyd Rose tremolo. I HATE those things. What I really want to do is replace that with a traditional bridge.

Can this be done successfully? Anyone else had any experience doing this?

I know I'd probably have to fill in the recessed part left behind by the tremolo, but at this point, I really don't care.

If anyone has any advice, I'd appreciate it! Thanks.
#2
What guitar do you have, chances are that the models with the floyd rose are worth more than the one without, sell, and rebuy.
#5
Quote by 36mikeyb36
What guitar do you have, chances are that the models with the floyd rose are worth more than the one without, sell, and rebuy.


Well, I've never heard of the brand and can't find any info about the company. See my post here:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=967380

I have been using it with a Tremlock under the tremolo. I'll try blocking it. Thanks.
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#6
No, You would have you somehow fill in the hole, and re finish it, it would be too much work and would look bad, and would not sound good.

Just block it