Impact on Tone When Moving Trem Studs
In an RG7420, we are changing the Lo-TRS to a Lo Pro. We notice that the high E string is right at the edge of the frets. It seems that we need to fill the existing trem stud holes, then redrill for the new trem studs in the correct position.
Is this going to have any negative impact on tone, sustain, or any other performance of the guitar?
He could probably live with the fact that the strings aren't perfectly centered on the fretboard, but would like to remedy the fact that the strings are off-center if there is no negative impact on performance.