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azn_guitarist25
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Join date: Dec 2005
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#81
well then ask someone else to do one, don't just sit around waiting for one to appear out of no where
ozy!d!ot
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Join date: Nov 2006
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#82
im fairly nooby to this or i just havent seen enough FR style trems but why is the ball end at the top not at the back?
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Dave_Mc
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#83
generally (apart from newer floyd-style trems like the ibanez edge pro) you have to cut off the ball-ends if you want to put the ball end of the string towards the bridge, when using floyds. a lot of people can't be bothered with that, so just string through the headstock.

i'm not quite sure why, as any time i restring i need stringcutters anyway, and it takes about an extra 4 seconds to cut off the ball-end...
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dImEbAg_rOx
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#84
hmm , i am gonna go empty my tank , play some crazy ass whiteboy sweeps , then get myself on the internet and buy one of these bitches , the only person that really deserves on of these is chuck norris.
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MatrixClaw
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Join date: Nov 2006
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#85
Quote by Dave_Mc
generally (apart from newer floyd-style trems like the ibanez edge pro) you have to cut off the ball-ends if you want to put the ball end of the string towards the bridge, when using floyds. a lot of people can't be bothered with that, so just string through the headstock.

i'm not quite sure why, as any time i restring i need stringcutters anyway, and it takes about an extra 4 seconds to cut off the ball-end...

Yeah, I dunno why people do it either, doesn't take much effort to cut the ends off, but whatever, that's just how it was when I got it

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hmm , i am gonna go empty my tank , play some crazy ass whiteboy sweeps , then get myself on the internet and buy one of these bitches , the only person that really deserves on of these is chuck norris.

LOL

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aznrockerdude
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Join date: Jun 2006
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#86
Wait, so what did you trade it for?
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Dave_Mc
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#87
Quote by MatrixClaw
Yeah, I dunno why people do it either, doesn't take much effort to cut the ends off, but whatever, that's just how it was when I got it



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kranoscorp
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#88
A few more months and this GOTM will be featured for a full year.
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littlephil
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Join date: Nov 2007
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#89
Quote by Dave_Mc
generally (apart from newer floyd-style trems like the ibanez edge pro) you have to cut off the ball-ends if you want to put the ball end of the string towards the bridge, when using floyds. a lot of people can't be bothered with that, so just string through the headstock.

i'm not quite sure why, as any time i restring i need stringcutters anyway, and it takes about an extra 4 seconds to cut off the ball-end...

Dont you need to cut twice if you take the ball ends off? Once for the ball ends and once for the excess?
Other than that, I know Rich the Ibanez expert does it because his kid jabbed his finger on the end of the string. I've also been known to do that on a number of occasions
Plus D'addario coloured ball ends + stringing through headstock = cool
azn_guitarist25
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Join date: Dec 2005
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#90
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sepultura alma
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#91
Well April is ready if you'd like it now? just thought i'd hang back and wait another week
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azn_guitarist25
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#92
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Well April is ready if you'd like it now? just thought i'd hang back and wait another week


ah really? ummm yeah why not man. Post it up and let's get it stickied and this unstickied.
Dave_Mc
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#93
Quote by littlephil
Dont you need to cut twice if you take the ball ends off? Once for the ball ends and once for the excess?
Other than that, I know Rich the Ibanez expert does it because his kid jabbed his finger on the end of the string. I've also been known to do that on a number of occasions
Plus D'addario coloured ball ends + stringing through headstock = cool


yeah, you would need to cut twice. i've never jabbed my finger, i cut the string pretty close to the tuner, i guess i've just been lucky, though. i don't have any young kids running around either which i'd have to be ultra-careful around either...
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stratacaster
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Join date: May 2004
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#94
Woah Dave your still alive! Swing by the tavern man i havnt seen you in ages.

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