Re: Remove broken trem stud...
Musicdr, that sounds like the exact situation that I am facing. As an experiment, I tightened the lock screw on the good post and then could not get that one to budge either. You would think that locking it would allow one to still back the stud out, only preventing lowering of the post, but that is not the case with this guitar.
I think that it will be fairly easy to use the screw extractor on it, being that it already has a pilot hole in the stud. Hopefully it will come out without too much trouble. Just have to wait for my parts from Rich to get here.
Last edited by rfields; 01-11-2010 at 02:24 PM.
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