#1
I would just like to know if they are worth the hastle of stringin and tuning?
#2
That depends entirely on the individual guitarist.Use one then form your own opinion on it.

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#3
I love questions like this... Not.

It's worth it if you like having it. If you don't like having it then it's obviously not worthwhile.
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Because I bend in such an unorthodox fashion; the notes kinda slide up and slide down...
#4
Quote by ch0
I love questions like this... Not.

It's worth it if you like having it. If you don't like having it then it's obviously not worthwhile.


I know

I love when people ask UG what their opinion should be.

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#5
Quote by Pr0gNut
I know

I love when people ask UG what their opinion should be.

i mean like i drop tune ALOT i hear that they arent very good if you do have to drop tune
#6
They're AMAZING for what they are - whammying.

Other than that they are just a pain in the ass. Unless you whammy all the time I would go without.
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#7
Quote by tgamblin
i mean like i drop tune ALOT i hear that they arent very good if you do have to drop tune
They're pretty much useless if you want to change tunings.

I leave my 550 in standard and use my RG2EX1 when I need drop d or something.
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Because I bend in such an unorthodox fashion; the notes kinda slide up and slide down...