1989 Squier II Stratocaster rides again
THE HOLES MATCH UP. I know the photo above makes it look like they don't, but the treble side slid over slightly since there are no screws in it just yet. But yes, the holes on the bridge match the holes on the body.
But did the block fit in the cavity on the rear without sticking out of the back of the guitar?
Oh, I was so excited. Still am.
Before even getting to installing the thing, I ran to my computer and placed another order for a second trem system. I wanted a backup. This bridge block has been eluding me for years and given the entire system is 10 bucks with shipping, oh yeah, I'm buying another.
Now it was time to get those screws in the body.
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