Re: FU Brass Block for Edge Pro??
It was a Piece of cake for me, ALthough if anyone has read or seen any of my Guitars or projects you know i have refinished, Modified a body to go from Trs trem to Original Edge, Reprofiled a few necks etc.
As Far as intonation went I took 4 really close pics with my 14.2 Mega Pixel Kodak Camera so I could get them back in proper location ( I also took and checked the inotation of every string before I dissassembled and wrote it down if they could use an adjustment, which direction and if it was very minor, minor or medium amount)
I used the camera as I had some wear and used "Super Blue Liquid Gun Blue" to return the shiny or not as blackened as I wanted sections back to a newer looking condition so I would not of been able to use tape or any sort of marking device.
If it had not been for me doing some maintenance and touchups on the Finish, taking the saddles and checking for any String Grooves that could keep saddle from locking strings in Tightly and sanding them out, and Polishing the Brass Block to a nice shine I estimate I could of swapped it out in 30 minutes and possibly had the Guitar restringed and Tuned, But I figured this was a perfect time to do a thorough Cleaning, Polishing out the Pick marks etc. in the finish and anything else I could think of that was either difficult or impossible to do with trem installed.
BTW the "Super Blue Liquid Gun Blue" (Which can now be found at Wal-Mart) Works amazingly well for returning hardware back to a blackened state ( It is funny it is called Blue when it appears more black when applied) I used it on my SH-8 Invader Allen Head Pole Pieces, the other PU Pole Pieces that were wore a bit, touched up every single screw that had become shiny due to wear and I was Incredible impressed with results. (Especially on teh Edge Pro Low E side it had some Pits and I sanded them out which left it quite shiny and now you can hardly tell, I have some pics I will find and post so you all can see what I am talking about.