#1
im looking to route my squire to fit a floyd rose but i have no idea where to get my guitar routed any information would be useful
#2
warmoth does it for bodies when you buy them so shoot them an email and see if they can do it to yours.
#3
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warmoth does it for bodies when you buy them so shoot them an email and see if they can do it to yours.

now why the hell would they do that, buddy?
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#5
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now why the hell would they do that, buddy?

because they will get paid.
#6
Paying for the routing and the FR will cost about as much as 2 new squires. Doing that kind of work to a squire is ok if you dont have to shell out a bunch of money to do it.
#7
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe warmoth only does stuff to THEIR bodies, and only new ones, or nearly new ones.

You can probably do it yourself, or you can take it to a wood shop.
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#9
then you really cant. trust me if you do not have the right equitment to do somthing dont do it.
#10
ahhh...
I made the "ultimate floyd rose thread" for a reason...
Search said thread. You'll find all the info you need.
Good Luck!