#1
So, i'm thinking about buying a squier vintage modified mustang, and, throughout time, mod it a bid. Something really important for me is to know if I woud be able to do something that generally people call "chord gliding" (tipical of, for example, my bloody valentine). Do you think I would be able to that with the tremolo in the mustang?

If you don't know what chord gliding is, here is a video that kinda shows it (not mine):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-YgVlVlrYQ

thanks
#2
Well, the guy on that video seems to do fine... I'm not sure what you're asking...?
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#3
yeah, but the guy in the video is using a jag-stang, not a mustang, they have different tremolo systems
#4
If you aren't sure about a guitar, you shouldn't buy it. The only way you can be sure is to try one.

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#6
I've made noises similar to that on a fender mustang so it is capable of that probably, but don't buy a mustang without playing it they are weird guitars you might hate it.
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