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> *Originally posted by **[Carados](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/2/topics/33364?page=2#posts-678986):***
> It isn’t a real guitar, its a cheap guitar.
I have a cheap guitar and the whammy never broke. xD
If it’s an expensive one, (Like a Dean, Ibanez or expensive Fender Strat for example) then complain. Hold on to the reciept and get them to fix it, replace the guitar or reimburse you. If they don’t… then I suppose you could sue them depending whether or not it was **your fault** , but if that fails have a new trem arm put in. I’d get a good “Floyd Rose”, because they are the best arms.
Obviously if at this point, it’s a crappy cheap Vintage or Squier or something, just buy another guitar. It’s pointless trying to get a guitar $250 downwards fixed, because you would invest greater in buying another one.
Oh, and if you want to live with it, you could get it out _yourself_ with this method:
1)Get a **Metal** drill.
2)Drill into the Snapped part of the Whammy bar (Make sure it don’t go right into the guitar! Only a small way into the whammy.)
3) Alter the rotation of the drill to opposite of the way the whammy screws in.
4) Drill! The whammy will come out.
(5) | **OPTIONAL** | Throw The broken piece of whammy at the shop window where you got the guitar, and scream and shout “You dirty f\*$&”£g decieving little f% **“^** &s!!")
That’s if all else fails. I’ve done it on my guitar, and it worked. I was in the same situation at one point. All you’d have to do is get another whammy _bar_ that fits it, then. They aren’t all that expensive really, you can get a cheap, good one from ebay.
I’m just kidding with the last option, but do it if you want. Good luck ;)
(Oh, and I’m **NOT** held responsible if you mess up your guitar worse trying to do the D.I.Y method. Do it sensibly, and you should have no probs :P)
Now I have an acoustic and it hasnt broken in the two years i’ve had it, so I dont know what to say. If its a cheap guitar like what secondary schools have, mainly Stratocasters, I’m not suprised, send it back. You could get a better one thats had its price reduced. But twith whammy bars is that they make the guitar out of tune so, you know. I think what you have probably havent tightened it up too much, snapped part of it and so it won’t unscrew.
> *Originally posted by **[Carados](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/2/topics/33364#posts-678967):***
> > *Originally posted by **[meowla](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/2/topics/33364#posts-678198):***
> > Damn it this is a REAL guitar not a guitar hero one!
> Obviously not, if it broke like that.
… you haven’t seen me play O.o