#1
meet up here
because we have Ball bearings and they don't !
Vintage V-100, EMG 81&60
Chapman ML-1

Jet City JCA20H
#2
i've played an S470

it was awesome.

I plan on buying it when i have money.
#3
Ball bearings aren't that good. They require maintenence and aren't as smooth. Sorry to burst your bubble there.
#4
Luke from Protest The Hero uses on of these, dosn't he?
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#6
well

they're different so try them both if you can
i would probaly choose the dinky (stupid eeh)
Vintage V-100, EMG 81&60
Chapman ML-1

Jet City JCA20H
#7
Quote by Horlicks
Ball bearings aren't that good. They require maintenence and aren't as smooth. Sorry to burst your bubble there.


Aren't as smooth, huh?
And knife edges don't require maintenance?

Anyways, I have an S470 and I love it to bits. I'm thinking about buying one of those viking red S5470's once I get some money.
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Ibanez S2020XAV
Carvin DC127
EVH 5153 50w
Orange PPC112
AxeFX II
#8
I really like the S series, but the body is just way to thin.
Gearz:
Squier classic vibe 50's strat, modded.
Dunlop 535q
Korg Pitchblack
Carvin X100B

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Lovepedal E6
Area 51 wah
Skreddy Lunar Module
Malekko 616 Ekko
#10
I think Kahlers also have ball bearings, or something like that.
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#11
I love my balls!

Quote by Horlicks
Ball bearings aren't that good. They require maintenence and aren't as smooth. Sorry to burst your bubble there.


Actually, no maintenance is needed.
The bearings are sealed in their... compartment, so nothing gets in there, so everything is in good condition.

After all, I can't see how they expect anyone to maintain it. And there isn't a single guide on the internet or Ibby site saying it needs maintenance.
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- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
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#13
i play an s320, great guitar for almost any genre. just wish it had coil tapping or something built in so i could do some single coil tones too.
but really, it can do blues to metal. the full spectrum.
Ibanez S320 with Dimarzio Fred + Seymour Duncan 59-> Weeping Demon Wah -> Ibanez TS-7 -> Homemade iBoost x3 -> Keeley DS-1 -> Visual Sound H2O -> MXR Ten Band -> Traynor YCV20
#14
Quote by Steve BP
A drop of oil a couple of times a year should do the trick ...
http://www.sevenstring.org/forum/pickups-electronics-and-general-tech/31657-zr-trem-maintanence.html

The feel of the ZR is different than other floating whammies, but I find it a lot easier to deal with for setups and tuning changes. It is about preference.


I stand corrected.
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You could always just sleep beside your refrigerator.

Guitar:
- Ibanez S670FM w/ JB
- Fender 'Lite Ash' Stratocaster
- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
Amp:
- Laney VC15

'72 Tele Appreciation Group
RIP DIO