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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by buzzword, Oct 6, 2021.
In the southern hemisphere the trem cover ends up going backwards
Trem cover is positioned correctly. The guitar body is upside down.
Gotta be hard to change the strings. Probably has special tool included in the case candy.
Only if it's RP plastic!
Saw that...listing says "Mint".
Well, that is until 'pudding for brains' realizes that by tapping new holes into the body to get the trem cover to 'work in both directions' the guitar, as they say, is no longer "mint".
You pull the arm for dive bombs then, huh?
Eric Johnson monkeyed with it looking for that elusive Stradivarius violin tone.
That was me, too, until a week ago. I decided to reinstall them since I don't change strings nearly as often as I was when I first started learning to play. I changed strings every week for the first few months so I just left them off of both guitars and finally put them back on last week.
Wang bar? Wiggle stick!
Okay, I see what's wrong now. The trem cover is flipped 180 degrees in only one direction. It also needs to be flipped 180 degrees the other way as well so the bevel is facing the wood. Otherwise it won't work at all. That's what RWRP means. Duhhh ......
I'm surprised at you guys. You should have known this. How many times do I have to come to your rescue? Huh?
I shall not be modded.
Spatial visualization is not my strong suit, but it doesn’t seem like you’d need to drill new holes. If you flip it upside down, and the two middle screws are equally offset from center, then they would line up, no?
Of course, we all know, it changes the tonal characteristics of our Strat's... lol
If the price is right and the guitar is a player or it just blows your whistle, then go for it No one every sees the back and it can be reversed.
I would like to see rest of the guitar.
I guess I'm nor most people then, because I don't remove mine.
No. The pattern differs side to side.
Do they now?
I'm pretty sure it's rotationally symmetrical.
I take them off to make adjustments and put them back on. Who wants a gaping hole in the back of their guitar?