JS100 and d-tuna?
I recently picked up a JS100 for dirt cheap. The guitar is in great shape and I actually really dig playing it. I paid 200$ with a hard-shell case. Of course, the bridge (LO TRS II) sucks ass. I’m considering replacing it but that’s another story. The bridge doesn’t return to the ZERO position which I think is a pretty standard issue with these bridges right? So, I was wondering, has anyone tried a D-tuna on one of these bridges (or something similar)? I would then have to block the bridge right? Do you think doing so would add some stability to the bridge? I realize I would lose the “pull” on the whammy, but it would be worth it to have the D-tuna and have MAYBE the guitar would stay in tune. I mean it’s almost useless now so it seems either replace the bridge or give this a shot. I have several other guitars I can “pull” on.
Yes, I can Google, I'm doing it now. Just like some opinions.