jaycee Posted August 5, 2006 Report Share Posted August 5, 2006 I have a a 35mm thick guitar body based on a strat. The body is to thin for a regular trem block bridge so I told the guy in my local guitar shop that I was going to leave off the block and screw the bridge straight to the body. He then said that the block is called a tone block and was needed for the tone otherwise the sound would be bad. But I have seen hard tails bridges for strats and as far as I can see they work the same way that I mentioned above. Can any one clarify this for me. Screw the bridge assembly to the guitar body . insert 6 ferrules on the back of the guitar into the holes (that have been drilled out for the strings) and thats basically it . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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