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    LIII Trem Block question

    Hi all,
    I notice on the rear of the brass trem block on my LIII there is a small gully into which a small metal pin is held with a screw. What's it for? Anyone?
    1993 LUKE I Pearl Blue DOB: 15/12/93
    1998 LUKE II Luke Blue DOB: 05/10/98 Signed by Lucious
    2012 LUKE II PDN Classic Honey Burst DOB: 31/08/12
    2013 LIII HH Bodhi Blue DOB: 17/09/13


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    That metal pin is the spring that the bottom of the trem arm snaps into. It rests in the groove at the bottom of the arm. There is also a grub screw on the bottom of the block that presses on the bottom of the arm to stabilize it. You can loosen that if you want the arm to swing freely.
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    Ah, that makes sense. I haven't noticed that part on any of my other Luke's
    1993 LUKE I Pearl Blue DOB: 15/12/93
    1998 LUKE II Luke Blue DOB: 05/10/98 Signed by Lucious
    2012 LUKE II PDN Classic Honey Burst DOB: 31/08/12
    2013 LIII HH Bodhi Blue DOB: 17/09/13


    Fractal MFC101
    Matrix GT1000FX
    Marshall 4x12 & 2x12

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