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  1. #41


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blankplank View Post
    Ignore me then Good idea.
    Nah, you pointed out that my original post wasn't as clear as it should have been. Thanks for that.

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    It was perfectly clear. They don't worry about teaching kids to read in England. You can tell they're all thick since they call lunch 'dinner' and dinner 'tea'.

    Bunch of morons.

    To answer your question - you should be able to, although make sure you have enough intonation range as the studs are fatter on the OFR by a few mm.
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    Okay, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch View Post
    It was perfectly clear. They don't worry about teaching kids to read in England. You can tell they're all thick since they call lunch 'dinner' and dinner 'tea'.

    Bunch of morons.
    That, or I was skim reading it because I was at work.

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    I just did this swap, so I'll add my 2 cents. It's not totally necessary to swap posts, if your to chicken to drill your guitar like me.
    It will intonate fine with the stock posts. I had to order a 32mm block for my RG7420 because the 37mm block that comes with the OFR 7 was too tall.
    Definitely a great upgrade. Guitar sounds better with more sustain.

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