ContactEmail Me: HEREYamaha Truss Rod CoversPlease look on the Materials Page for Truss Rod Cover Materials or just ask if you don't see something you'd like!A note about these covers. There are some variances on the mounting hole placement so please feel free to take a general measurement for me to assure that you get the correct fit! RM-Pro Tremolo Friction CollarsThese are the perfect replacement for the Friction Collars that seem to grow feet and walk away.These are black anodized aluminumand will fit the original RM-Pro (with Pop-in Bar).Notice, I've removed the RM Pro II (only!) from the list of tremolos that use this friction collar because apparently, Yamaha had changed design through production on these. If you'd like to take a shot at ordering one, feel free, but I can not guarantee that it will fit your RM Pro II Tremolo.$20.00 Each Black Anodized Aluminum: HWyfcr-1RM-Pro Tremolo Bar Friction bushingsThese are the Delrin bushing shown in the picture below being pointed to by the black arrow.Angled side faces down into the Tremolo bar socket.This is for the bushing only!$12.00 Each HWyfb-1Rockin'Magic IIIntonation Buttonhead ScrewsAs found on most SE and Early RGX ModelsI had some questions about why there are saddle "rollers" on this bridge as it doesn't look like other Rockin Magic bridges. The reason is, I machined the slots and installed rollers myself to allow better string movement. Sorry about any confusion..45 cents eachHWYRM2IBSS.45 cents eachHWYRM2SLFSRockin'Magic IISaddle Lockdown Flathead ScrewsAs found on most SE and Early RGX ModelsI had some questions about why there are saddle "rollers" on this bridge as it doesn't look like other Rockin Magic bridges. The reason is, I machined the slots and installed rollers myself to allow better string movement. Sorry about any confusion.RM-Pro TremoloIntonation or Saddle/String Lockdown ScrewsRM-Pro Tremolo Locknut Screws As found on most SE and RGX ModelsRockin'Magic String Lock ScrewsAs found on most SE and RGX Models.50 cents eachHWyls-1.50 cents eachHWyls-1Yamaha SE, RGX Rear (Tremolo and Control Route) Cover Plate Screws.40 cents each screwHWsc-8$12.00eachHWsw-1Original "Paddle" style pickup and boost switchesThese are used as the pickup or phase switches.Neck Plate Screws (4 Pieces) Phillips Head Stainless Steel,Size: #8 x 1-3/4"Neck Plate Screws (4 Pieces) Phillips Head Black,Size: #8 x 1-3/4"$1.50 Eachor$5.00 for a set of 4HWsc-25$1.50 Eachor$5.00 for a set of 4HWsc-26$.50 Eachor$.80 for a set of 2HWYsc-1Battery Plate Screws (2 Pieces) Phillips Head Black,RM-Pro Tremolo Locknut Plates As found on RM Pro, RM PROII, and RM ProIII, and also SE and RGX ModelsThese are not originals, but are a perfect working replacement for those lost Plates!$15.00 Per Set of 3Black OnlyHWYLP-1Same as above but with a set of 3 Locking Screws(You’ll receive 3 Locking Plates and 3 Locking screws)$16.25. Per SetBlack OnlyHWYLP-2Same as above but with an Allen Wrench(You’ll receive 3 Locking Plates and 3 Locking screws)$17.25. Per SetBlack OnlyHWYLP-3RM-Pro Tremolo Locknut Wrench As found on RM Pro, RM PROII, and RM ProIII, and also SE and RGX Models$1.00 eachHWYLPWRFinally, RM-Pro Tremolo Locknut Plates As found on RM Pro, RM PROII, and RM ProIII, and also SE and RGX ModelsRM-Pro Tremolo Locknut PlatesRM-Pro II and RM-Pro III Tremolo Friction CollarsThese are the perfect replacement for the Friction Collars that seem to grow feet and walk away.These are black anodized aluminumand will fit the original RM-Pro II (with Pop-in Bar).$20.00 Each Black Anodized AluminumRM-Pro II and RM-Pro III Tremolo Bar Friction bushingsThese are the Delrin bushing shown in the picture.Angled side faces down into the Tremolo bar socket. This is for the bushing only!These replace the “crunchy” brass original bushingsand these allow for smoother positioning of the trem bar.$12.00 Each HWyfbII-1YAMAHA Tremolo BarsThese are made from solid polished or brushed stainless steel or Brass.A note about the brass bars. They have a slight step that can be seen in the pic below because these are a metric bar sizeand I have yet to find a good (dependable / reasonable) metric source for brass roundstock. The step does not hurt a thing, and is hardly even noticeable but I just wanted you to be aware of it.TB-RMPro$28.00Fits the following 5 trems below:RM-Pro, RM Pro IIVintage ProYAMAHA TRS ProThese are made from solid polished or brushed stainless steelTB-TRS $28.00YAMAHA Rockin' Magic IIThese are made from solid polished or brushed stainless steelTB-RMagII$28.00Fits the following trem below:Vintage Pro IIRM Pro IIIYamaha SE, RGX, and RGZ Rear Tremolo Route Cover Plate$12.00 Glossy Black PlasticYamaha SE, RGX, and RGZ Rear Control Route Cover PlateRear Cover Plates for SE, RGZ, and RGX Models(other finishes available, please see materials page)$12.00 Glossy Black PlasticHWYSE-TCSPSLHWYSE-TCSTSLHWYSE-LCCHWYSE-CC$12.00 Satin Black PlasticHWYSE-TCSPSL-SHWYSE-TCSTSL-S$12.00 Satin Black PlasticHWYSE-LCC-SHWYSE-CC-SHWYSE-BATTCOHWYSE-BATTCO-SYamaha SE, RGX, and RGZ RearBattery Cover Plate$7.00 Glossy Black Plastic$7.00 Satin Black PlasticPictures coming soon-.45 cents eachHWYRMPSLS$12.00 Brushed Black Plastic$12.00 Brushed Black PlasticHWYSE-TCSTSL-BHWYSE-TCSPSL-BHWYSE-LCC-BHWYSE-CC-BHWYSE-BATTCO-S$7.00 Satin Black PlasticI’ve heard from some customers that they have a bit of trouble keeping the locking plates “straight” when tightening them down. This has not been a massive problem as most customers are not having issues with this happening at all. If you are having this issue, cut a thin piece of cardboard (from a cereal box, for example), and slide it between the locknut base and the locking plates as shown in the picture below. This should help keep them straight for you.You can also use a medium to thin guitar pick to do this as well.