adam11
#1 Posted : 19 June 2010 21:27:00(UTC)
adam11

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u can block up the trem just stick something under the trem so the floyd sits flush then adjust spring tension.
mikecasswell
#2 Posted : 21 June 2010 20:55:00(UTC)
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Non floating!!!!!!!!! Is he mad!!!!!
DannyGill
#3 Posted : 22 June 2010 19:22:00(UTC)
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Yes...non floating. Piece of wood in the back. Stays in tune, no problems.[br]
I do have a strat (standard trem) floating. So I'm not against the idea:)[br]
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Danny
ChrisJolliffe
#4 Posted : 05 July 2010 15:37:00(UTC)
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I too have a strat which ive kept floating. But as I hardly pull up on my floyd and only dive (much prefer flutter on strat) I shall follow the idea of putting wood in the back! (:
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