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Thread: tremolo size of block??

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    tremolo size of block??

    hey~ just won a titanium trem block just wondering on the size needed for an axis floyd I'm 99% sure it's a 40mm but does anyone know for sure?? I'll try to do some before n after on the sound improvements (if there are any??)


    thanks!

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    Well any of the Floyd Upgrade blocks I have seen.
    The Floyd ones will not fit the Gotoh bridge.
    You have to get a specific one machined for the Gotoh.

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    I KNOW the floyd rose originals DON'T fit there are 37~38~and 40 mm models ~one of the techies gotta know?
    Last edited by shredderbetter; 01-17-2010 at 07:38 AM. Reason: misspell

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    I have some blocks for OFRs and tried them on the Axis Gotoh trem and they do not fit. The hole spacing different. You do need to specify the trem block will be for an Axis/Gotoh locking trem. They are out there.
    No malice intended. Just my opinion. Take care. Bob

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    anyone???

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    Sorry I missed your real question, the 40mm should be no problem since the trems on the Axis are not recessed. Just be sure the block is drilled for the Gotoh.
    No malice intended. Just my opinion. Take care. Bob

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    bump? anyone?~I may just need to call the cs dept.

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    Dude are you even reading the comments?
    If you bought one for a Floyd it wont work.. at all.
    It wont join with the Gotoh tremolo...

    It is as simple as that.
    Nothing to do with the size it is the holes to screw onto the trem that are different.

    Guess I just wasted my 1,000th post...

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    GEEZ ~"A" are YOU reading it?? I am~ I've asked WHICH one will fit a gotoh not that I bought on for a floyd ~sorry you wasted your 1000th post,I've been pretty clear but once again I'm looking for the proper MM size to fit the gotoh floyd rose for an EBMM axis

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    Seems you bought the wrong thing like I thought.
    All the upgrade blocks for gotoh floyds do not specify that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shredderbetter View Post
    I'm looking for the proper MM size to fit the gotoh floyd rose for an EBMM axis
    I would highly recommend for you to contact CS, they should be able to help you best with your question.
    And they are really fast in answering questions!

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    Did you buy the wrong thing?

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    I think he won a new Ti block (says so in his first post) and he needs to tell whomever he won it from which size he wants to receive.

    I agree with the recommendation to contact CS.
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    exactly~ bought and needed to specify size ,thanks guys should be in next week!
    CS hooked me up fyi 42mm for gotoh trems a STEAL at $115 for titanium!

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    Let us know how it works for you, and what you perceive the differences are once you've had a chance to play it. Thanks in advance!
    The world needs more Balls!
    1995 EVH - DOB 8/25/95 - Trans Red Hardtail
    1996 Albert Lee HHH - DOB 3/8/96 - Black
    1999 Axis - DOB 3/11/99 - Natural
    2006 20th Anniversary Silhouette - Rosewood w/Trem - DOB 9/21/06 - Caramel Burst
    2007 Silhouette w/Piezo - DOB 7/26/07 - Desert Gold
    2007 Albert Lee - DOB 10/25/07 - Vintage Sunburst
    2009 25th Anniversary - DOB 8/13/09 - BFR Rosewood Neck - SN 001 of 25
    2010 Silhouette Special SSS - DOB 1/26/10 - Olive Gold

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