#2
Quote by necroscience13
if i install a tremel-no on my ibanez rg, when i break a string, will the whole system go out of tune like it would if it was a regular floating trem?



HAHAHAHAHA

Man, you really gotta learn you guitar parts.
Quote by satchgear
I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#3
^Sounds like YOU need to learn your guitar accessories.

And to answer your question, no. It basically converts it to a hardtail bridge, so no tuning problems when you break a string, and none of the typical tuning dance hassle.
#4
Quote by Pyrofretnic
^Sounds like YOU need to learn your guitar accessories.

And to answer your question, no. It basically converts it to a hardtail bridge, so no tuning problems when you break a string, and none of the typical tuning dance hassle.

thank you
#5
Quote by V.U.K
HAHAHAHAHA

Man, you really gotta learn you guitar parts.


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#6
Is using one of these better than, say, cutting a block of wood to block a trem? I've been thinking about blocking the trem on my strat with hunk of wood since I don't use it at all, but that thing looks easier, seeing as I don't own any power saws
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#7
^ For your strat, just put on all the springs, tighten the trem claw screws and take out the whammy bar.

Almost zero movement.
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