StreamLine Posted August 16, 2005 Report Share Posted August 16, 2005 hey guys need some advice. i bought an OFR bridge second hand... i fitted it and it was all good, except one small issue and one big one. i needed to have a 36mm sustain block, but the OFR's one is 42mm. so it pokes out, and is a pain... and its a pain for me to try to sell the bridge and try to buy another one.. so is it feasible to just cut down the block to right size with a metal saw thingy (hand held) - i'm bad with naming tools. i've cut brass and copper sheets with it before... if i could do this, do the holes for the springs to go into go deep enough to still be used? thats the main issue. a much smaller one is that the trem arm needs to be really loose to avoid hitting the volume know. any chance of bending the trem arm to a slightly steeper angle? or...? thanks guys!! i know i've hardly posted of late, but i hope you wouldnt mind helping out, considering i havent been able to of late.... Roman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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