Well because I believe my sustain comes from my collection of trem blocks, I have faith that my notes will live forever in the kingdom of gear acquisition.Looks like you have enough blocks to sustain your needs for a long time.
I think one of those blocks is at least a reverse wound, magnetic polarity tremolo block. The humbucking tremolo block was invented. Need to get on acquiring the patent for that.I think I need to call a paranormal investigator.
My compass went crazy when I moved it close to some trem blocks.
Do I need an exorcist?
Either other factors or the placebo effect.
I can convince myself a black guitar sounds better.
In the hypothetical 4 block scenario are all 4 different designs of the same material or 4 identical blocks?
IMO the answer doesn't even matter.
In one case a swapped a Squier pot metal block for a nice beefy solid brass block and found there to be almost no difference.
In a another situation I bought an Allparts Nitro body that came with a massive brass block. When I put my 62 reissue neck on it, the guitar was very bright and lively. I figured that was the big brass block.
Later I bought a Hwy 1 body with stock bridge. I put the 62 neck on the Hwy 1 and a KWS neck on the Allparts body.
Suddenly the Hwy 1 body was lively and the Allparts body not so much. The 62 neck was lively, the block was doing nothing.