#2
floyd if you mostly play in one tuning (standard,dropc ect).
String thru/ tune o' matic if you switch tunings a lot.
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#3
I mean... do you want a floyd rose or not? If you want one, then get one, if you're not going to use it, then don't.
#4
Well, that's a hard questions to answer straight out. It's like asking someone "Which is better? Walking or eating chicken?". It all depends.
And yes, it's a terrible analogy.

If you'd use a Floyd a lot and don't mind sticking in standard tuning all the time, then get a Floyd.
If you wouldn't use one, and like being able to change tunings whenever, then go for a non-Floyd option.
It's a completely personal thing. It's useful having at least one guitar with a locking bridge though, because then the option is there.
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I mean... do you want a floyd rose or not? If you want one, then get one, if you're not going to use it, then don't.


+1

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Well, that's a hard questions to answer straight out. It's like asking someone "Which is better? Walking or eating chicken?". It all depends.
And yes, it's a terrible analogy.


that analogy's not too far off, actually...
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