#1
Alright so I'm basically going insane on this old Jackson EX Stealth that I found at a pawn shop in December. What I'm thinking of doing is getting an Official Floyd Rose, and putting a tremsetter in there as well because I want the most tuning stability as possible. Is this a good idea or is the Floyd good enough?


Thanks,


-sam
#2
If you set your floyd up properly, it'll be fine without. There's also the tremol-no, but i've heard mixed things about that.
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#3
Quote by deftonesordie
If you set your floyd up properly, it'll be fine without. There's also the tremol-no, but i've heard mixed things about that.

Well I'm going to be abusing the tremolo pretty badly so I don't think a tremol-no would be something I want. And I already have the Tremsetter...
#5
I was never too impressed with the tremsetter - spent ages setting it up and tweaking it and never got real stability with it.

A decent quality Floyd should be fine on it's own as long as it's set up right.
#6
just set up the floyd right and make sure the edges are sharp and everything, that should be enough.
#7
I have 2 FloydRose equipped guitars (one Licensed and one Original) and they both perform flawless and stay perfectly in tune no matter how many divebombs or rapid vibrations I make!

My point: a FloydRose will stay in tune without any assistance whatsoever!


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