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    lets say i were to get a ke-3 and buy a black floyd for it
    is there like any thing special i ahve to lookout for when i buy the replacement floyd?? liek measurements or something??
    or will any do?
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    Re: floyd on a jackson

    The only variable that you have to consider, AFAIK, is the nut size. Dimensions are on the official Floyd Rose website.
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      Re: floyd on a jackson

      Originally posted by Rainmaker
      The only variable that you have to consider, AFAIK, is the nut size. Dimensions are on the official Floyd Rose website.
      Keep the original Locking nut, drop in either a Schaller or an Original Floyd (the Gotoh units Im not sure will fit), and youre good to go.

      Avoid the Floyd Rose PRO (the Lo-Profile version). From what Ive been understanding at the J/C Forum it doesnt fit without modifying the cavity, although Ive never tried it myself (I hate Lo-Pro Trems)
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        Re: floyd on a jackson

        Originally posted by Zerberus
        Avoid the Floyd Rose PRO (the Lo-Profile version). From what Ive been understanding at the J/C Forum it doesnt fit without modifying the cavity, although Ive never tried it myself (I hate Lo-Pro Trems)
        LOL ... the Lo Pro is the most finnicky trem I've ever encountered!
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        • #5
          Re: floyd on a jackson

          Originally posted by Zerberus
          Keep the original Locking nut, drop in either a Schaller or an Original Floyd (the Gotoh units Im not sure will fit), and youre good to go.....
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          Not quite, Zerb. Its a good idea to replace the factory Posts and bushings with the Original Floyd parts. The Knife edges on the OFR will last longer and the whole construction becomes a bit more stable
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