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Thread: Floating the tremolo on my cutlass

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    Floating the tremolo on my cutlass

    It's been decked since I got it. After reading this now popular thread on TGP about the proper way a strat should be set up, it peaked my interest and I thought I would try floating the trem on my cutlass. I have not done this before so I watched this YouTube video which was very helpful. I now have my tremolo floating so that the G string will go up a minor third, the B a major 2nd, and the E a minor second.

    It struck me as odd that the bridge slants forward so far. Just as a sanity check, I wanted to post photos here and ask you to tell me if this looks correct. Going into this I was thinking that the space between the bridge and the body should be even and that I should adjust the pivot screws to do that. They didn't do that in the video though.

    Thank you for your feedback!

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    That looks ok to me. That looks very much like how the Luke models come setup as standard
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    Yours looks perfect. This what my one looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrKev View Post
    Yours looks perfect. This what my one looks like.

    Thanks for posting the pic! I measured and mine's right at about 1/8 too.

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