Question about Dean Guitars Dean Razorback Guitar, Dimebag Classic with Case
Somehow the original springs got lost a whole back so I went to guitar center and purchased a pack of the standard 3 springs that go in the back but I don't see how they are supposed to go and can't find a diagram anywhere on the web... Any information is much appreciated
I'm sure you have solved this by now, but I would recommend hooking the straight pin of the spring into the 1st, 3rd, and 5th holes on the trem, then hook the loop ends to the three center claws. This gives a variable or progressive rate of resistance, letting the trem gargle like Vai or Dimebag, but resists going out of tune.
Posted on Jan 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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