Floyd Rose Fat Brass Block Electric Guitar Bridge, 32 mm (FROFTB32)
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There is no way for me to tell you if it is going to fit, but do a Google search for the ibanez measurements
Neither of them is what I would consider a standard length, but they are customized to the Floyd Tremolo model. It should be on one side of the tone block you are replacing, so you should look for that. As for the size, it should be marked 32mm or 37mm, or whatever it is. The best way to be certain you get the right part is to get an original first. My best guess is that it is approximately 1" and 15/32".
Only by measuring the block on your soloist from the base of the trem to the springs can you be certain it will fit.
You wouldn't be able to, unless you've installed a Floyd Rose standard or pro tremolo.
Selected User Reviews For Floyd Rose Fat Brass Block Electric Guitar Bridge, 32 mm (FROFTB32)
Make a difference for little cost with this upgrade. A Floyd Rose Special that came with my Jackson SLXFMG Soloist was greatly influenced by installing this compared to the block that came with it. It made a marked difference in the sustain and sound of the instrument. In addition to hearing a difference in the distorted tone, I was also surprised by it. Even in high gain settings, the EMG pickups in the guitar had a different tone with the new block, even though I am not a huge fan of active pickups. Thank you for the purchase. I'm very pleased with it. Somebody has answered in the questions above that it would not work on a Floyd Rose Special, but not only does that differ from what is on the FR site, but I have attached pictures for proof that it does work. The 32mm is the only size that will fit the Jackson Soloist. Anything larger won't fit properly. There is no way to turn a special into an original fashioned from solid steel. Nevertheless, it brings me much closer to the goal for not a lot of money.
This little block adds a lot of "Special" version (cheap) of Floyd is what I have. With the block that came with it, you are going to have a thin, wimpy, pot metal thing. Although the guitar sounded a bit out of tune, it was still the tone of the guitar became much better once this brass sustain block was added. This is a more punchy, more clear, and of course more sustainable sound. It is absolutely worth the effort and price. Make sure you order it in the right height so it will fit in your.
The fit of the block was easy and the quality of the block is excellent. The sustain or overall quality of the tone did not change.
A Floyd Rose tremolo would only work if the parts used were from Floyd Rose. I have just finished rebuilding a licensed Floyd Rose tremolo using only Floyd Rose parts. The guitar was a donation project guitar of a friend who had a pretty beat up 1999 Kramer Striker. This guitar was missing many parts, which included the Floyd Rose tremolo, which was Kramer branded and licensed. So I completely disassembled it in order to be thoroughly cleaned, and then rebuilt it using Floyd Rose replacement I believe that this brass trem block was one of the last upgrades, and it has made a great deal of difference in both If you have the cheap pot metal block on licensed Floyd rose trems on your guitar, this is highly recommended for any player who wants to add more sustain to their guitar via a Floyd rose.
You can't do a Floyd Rose guitar in any other way. It's the most drastic tone modification you can do. The stock tone block in your pickup is made of aluminum. Replacing that with brass will increase sustain, but more importantly, increase Your guitar will look and sound much more rich and vibrant with stronger bass, harmonics, and overall punch and richness. We offer the best price as well.
It is a warlock rich in gold and gold. This is a vast improvement from the puny block that was there before. As a guitarist, I have been using brass sustain blocks for ten years, but until now I have always gone over budget. My new tremolo is the R-series from Floyd Rose. Glad to see they are now selling them for half the price. The license for Loc has been granted to B, which is a copy of the OFR design. He is rich. Exactly what I was looking for. As a result, I removed the buffer plate entirely, allowing for closer contact. Positive side effect more sustain, all notes are * The downside is that your every mistake will be heard. A benefit of that exercise is that you'll be forced to play with more precision. The only problem is that you will know if your pickups are bad if this thing is on.
The small 32mm Floyd Rose tremolo block in my Jackson JS32 was replaced by this 37mm Floyd Rose DQF Despite protruding beyond the cavity plate, the 37mm remains inside of Since I leave the tremolo cover off anyway, I find this to be acceptable for me. Adding a 34mm would have made the space more usable.
The improvement in sustain and attack is a welcome improvement. As well as the overall tone, this is a good change. It has a harder edged bass and a crunchy midrange. Things have just gotten better since then. If possible, try to fit as much of a block as you can into.
I think that nickel plated brass, such as for FRO, will do the trick but get that zinc or whatever junk metal out of there! With CRS or Brass, there is a significant improvement in tone, sustain and quality of It is especially important if you plan to use single coils, splitting humbuckers, or any other type of sub-bass. There is always a gain to be had, no matter what. Floyd GTRS - I own five of them. I have 35 years of experience. Obtain the GET by putting your trust in us. I think we should at least try.