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I have too many guitars with. Floyd systems on them ,and now Floyd sent me a black Floyd Rose flying V to review , great guitar with a f.r. 1000 system , and when a string breaks ,I call my tech ,he come and picks up my guitar ,I have 104 guitars and basses , and he does it for me ,that way it's done right and plays great ! So,just get a guitar tech,end of problem ! I did use to have to change strings on my Kahler system on my first custom Charvel/Jackson star body with 78 fender strat neck,that guitar is still my baby ,light years ahead of its time,made in 1980 ,before I could even really play well,but when I got my 82 white Anniversary series Marshall stack and had it modded,there was no stopping me! All thanks to my friend Randy Rhoads .
Wow !Very good work. I like it!
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Hello, I would like to congratulate you for the instructable, and apologize for digging up such on old topic but I have a suggestion regarding on how to put the strings in place.Instead of shopping off the balls why don't you simply put them backwards ? Kinda like what wayne6412 said but that way you can use any kind of strings not just the fender ones. I've been doing this for years on both floydtars that I have with no issues :S
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