The problem you'll encounter is that the strings wont seat correctly in.
Notice a les paul doesn't have string trees, however the headstock is bent backwards to achieve the same effect. a strat (or similar guitar) has a straight headstock so it uses a string tree on the E and B because those are the strings with the longest nut-to-tuning peg length.
taking the strings out of the string tree may effect the amount of. In my area someone telling me it'll costto remove a large tree is completely reasonable. level 1. Eylisia. 3 years ago. I got quotes between and just to trim back the branches over our power lines, so this sounds totally reasonable. 9. level 1. The second string tree was only added for stability, original 50s and 60s strats had thicker bass gauge strings and would stay in tune pretty well.
It still sounds like a strat.
Depends on a lot of factors though - the particular way the nut is cut, string gauge, if you have staggered tuners, how many winds around the string pole, etc. Mar 25, Just put the string above the post. You will find out instantly if you can eliminate the tree altogether.
You can get a little peel and stick decal of your first initial to cover the hole if you want.
Believe it or not, the weight of the rope itself actually hindered the throw a bit.
Personally I see no advantage to removing it though. They don't really inhibate anything at all. If you have tuning problems, the string tree is pretty much the last place to look.
Not much can go wrong with a string tree!Missing: reddit. The blue line my deck roof, which I have installed 2 eyehooks into at the brown circles. The third brown circle is an eyehook in a tree and the brown boxes are posts set in concrete in planters ( lbs each). I have two lines currently as shown from the deck roof to the tree and from the deck roof to.