#1
I'm thinking of a Jackson DK2,


Knowing me I'm going to keep Dive Bombing and do crazy whammy bar tricks.

So I want to know are there good?

I've heard mixed reviews, some saying there good other says it's not.

I'm really confused.

Thank you.
#2
They're decent, I've used them before, they hold tune decently, they will go out of tune with some CRAZY tricks, but for most people, they're great.
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#3
They're ok, I've used them, but they're not as good as the higher end Ibanez bridges, haven't tried an Original Floyd Rose so can't compare them to them. I wouldn't suggest them if you're doing crazy tricks.
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#4
Mine is really great. Holds tuning very well. The ONLY problem I've had is that the bar itself became malleable and eventually broke over the course of a year and a half or so. But, order a replacement bar if that happens and you're good to go!
#5
They're decent, they will hold tune for light whammy use not for divebombing and going crazy. But trust me once you get past the novelty of haveing one you probaly will only be doing light use of it.
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#6
Jackson LFRs are one of the top LFRs besides Ibanez' edge pros imo.

Like the guy a couple of posts above said, my Jackson provided bar also snapped after a few month's use, but the bridge itself is very good, and very stable.
#7
My favorite...Black floyd rose strat jackson <3...A bit difficult with the tuning but they're lovley
#8
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They're decent, they will hold tune for light whammy use not for divebombing and going crazy. But trust me once you get past the novelty of haveing one you probaly will only be doing light use of it.



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