I have a Washburn KC-40v, nice guitar, but the tremolo is a pain. It doesn't always stay in tune likely due to aged and worn hardware (maybe worn knife-edges but I haven't checked), and the replacement 6mm arm i bought for it still rattles in its hole... looks like it's already threaded. It'a locking liscenced Floyd Rose, a Wasburn 600-s, says takeuchi on the sustain block.
Correct me if i'm wrong, but i have read here and elsewhere that a Schaller tremolo matches the stud spacing, so should be a direct fit. I am about to order a new chrome one on ebay. Anyone else think this is a good idea?
Also, I am about to order one of these large brass block replacements for the sustain block, they come in sizes 32, 37 and 42mm... Th takeuchi sustain block on the guityar already is 42mm tall i think, is it wise to get the 42 replacement as well, or go for soemthing smaller? I know this sounds liek a silly question, but i don't want to be left with soemthing I can't use!
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