#1
Ok so I'm thinking of getting my bridge fixed on my Strat.

It'd stay in tune alot better if it was fixed.

I dont really use the trem bar because it goes out of tune.

But if I fix it...its like killing a strat....I dont really use it though, I just bend w/ my fingers.

What should I do?
#2
in the trem cavity there's a claw thats screwed into the body holding the springs, just screw those screws as close to the body as you can. i did that to my strat and now the bridge is as stiff and stable as a fixed bridge.
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#4
i've had mine like that for 2 years and there's been no side effects, just better tuning stability.
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#5
Quote by RockAddict311
would that be bad for the neck at all?


no, you should loosen the strings first. thin strings 1st

screw the bridge screws in too. dont overtighten.

while your there, use graphite lube on the nut & bridge.
#6
Quote by BR0THERALEX
screw the bridge screws in too. dont overtighten.


good call, forgot that part. i did that to mine as well.
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.