Help me block my Ibanez Edge bridge
I have an RG652AHM with an Ibanez Edge bridge tuned to E with 10-46 strings. I have the bridge parallel with the body like it should be and I've tried blocking it with a bunch of different things, and I want to block it on both sides so it acts like a hardtail and I am able to do things like tune to drop D without all the other strings being affected by the tuning, and also restring faster.
I've tried blocking both sides with different things like picks, popsicle sticks, coins, etc. I don't have wood that I'm able to cut down at the moment, but with those methods I seem to get the bridge to stay still and it is still parallel on the top (I think it should stay parallel when I block it right?), but when I try to tune to drop D, the other strings are thrown off when I tune down the low E, which means that the bridge is still somehow moving slightly. How can I block it the most effective way, besides using a tremol-no? It's also incredibly difficult to put the springs back on when I remove them even with the strings loosened for some reason.