#1
I was thinking about getting either a Frankenstrat or a Black Strat and was wondering how many steps down a floyd can go.
Also, what is the range of a floating synchronized tremolo?
#2
Depending on the installation and routing, all the way to loose floppy strings.
#3
As low as you could possibly want it.
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#4
Yeah same for vintage trems. Really it's never the steps down that are a concern, the steps up however, can be.
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#5
^ floyds tend to dive faster though, if that makes sense. the pitch drops more rapidly.
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#6
It'll dive to spaghetti and raise about a step.
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