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Well, I finally have some money to get a new vibe for me Strat (the original block stripped a while back), and I was looking into the Super V (drop in locking vibe for strats).

Any opinions? I want something that can withstand a slight amount of divebombing, but mostly just used as an accent on solos and parts in songs. The reason I'm looking into locking is because I hate the whole "going out of tune" ordeal.

Thanks you guys!
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#2
If you're not wailing away on the trem, it shouldn't go out of tune if your guitar is properly set up, the nut is cut and lubricated, and you've locked the strings or used locking tuners.

I haven't used the Super V, but $230 seems like way too much for a decent tremolo if you don't need huge range and aren't going to be jumping up and down on the arm all day. I've had very good luck with the Gotoh Wilkinson stuff- here's one that's a drop-in for mexis.
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Bridges,_tailpieces/Electric_guitar_tremolos/Wilkinson_Gotoh_VSVG_Vintage_Tremolo.html
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Quote by Roc8995
If you're not wailing away on the trem, it shouldn't go out of tune if your guitar is properly set up, the nut is cut and lubricated, and you've locked the strings or used locking tuners.

I haven't used the Super V, but $230 seems like way too much for a decent tremolo if you don't need huge range and aren't going to be jumping up and down on the arm all day. I've had very good luck with the Gotoh Wilkinson stuff- here's one that's a drop-in for mexis.
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Bridges,_tailpieces/Electric_guitar_tremolos/Wilkinson_Gotoh_VSVG_Vintage_Tremolo.html

Ha, yeah, I just went to stewmac and warmoth, and saw the trem you posted.

Thanks though! I just forgot to update the thread.

I'm going to just get one of those. Thanks again
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