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  • Will a OFR fit in a Fender strat?

    so i recently obtained a Fender strat for free and i have an OFR laying around and was wondering if it will fit?? i thought all you had to do was drill post holes but im not sure.
    HUCK
    Marshall AVT Valvestate 200(275watt)

  • #2
    If you are going to top mount, it might be possible with minimal modification. You're gonna have an Iron Maiden Strat! Aweeeessoooommmeee

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jesse View Post
      If you are going to top mount, it might be possible with minimal modification. You're gonna have an Iron Maiden Strat! Aweeeessoooommmeee
      I though the Maiden Strat had a recessed Floyd?

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      • #4
        no recess. it looks pretty cool to me,cant wait to get mine done
        HUCK
        Marshall AVT Valvestate 200(275watt)

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        • #5
          Either it'll be a bit of routing for a dive-only flat mount one or a lot of routing for a recessed floating one.

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          • #6
            im not reccessing it,floating trems arent my fav,im just gonna have it flat mounted.
            HUCK
            Marshall AVT Valvestate 200(275watt)

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            • #7
              I really only dive bomb anyway, although I do little the twitter sound of a floating trem.

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              • #8
                You can get a Tremol-No and set it to dive-only or hardtail when your'e not using the trem for more sustain + compound bends staying in tune. Great invention those!

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                • #9
                  how!! those Tremol-No are sweet! iv never seen those. ill definitly look into that!
                  HUCK
                  Marshall AVT Valvestate 200(275watt)

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                  • #10
                    The guy who invented them, Kevan posts on SS.org (where I was recruited) and it's been great to watch his product really take off and become popular. They're wonderful bits of kit and well worth having a look at.

                    I don't use the bars on my Floyds that much (although it is fun) so both my guitars are in hardtail about 80% of the time, and the best thing is it takes about 3 seconds to change it back to full floating. Only negative is they've crept up in price gradually this last 12 months. The videos on YouTube do a better job of explaining how it works than I can.

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                    • #11
                      but what is the differnce between the normal,large and small?
                      HUCK
                      Marshall AVT Valvestate 200(275watt)

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                      • #12
                        http://www.tremol-no.com/workswith.asp

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