#1
I have a Gibson firebird VII with a vibrola. Does anyone know of any ways to make the vibrola unit more stable, a.k.a. stay in tune better? Thanks
#2
you mean i.e. not a.k.a

sorry, dont know a thing bout PAs
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#3
^ I think you're in the wrong thread.

Try buying locking tuners?
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#4
^^oops, i was typing in the wrong window for that second bit- yeah, you could try this for better overall tuning, but dunno bout the actual vibriola
http://www.earvana.com/
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^^oops, i was typing in the wrong window for that second bit- yeah, you could try this for better overall tuning, but dunno bout the actual vibriola
http://www.earvana.com/


That would help only for intonation.

What you could to to keep tune better is to get a roller bridge, a graphtech nut and locking tuners. The nut is the most important. You could also lubricate your current nut with graphite to see if that helps. If that doesn't help 8even though it should), you will nedd to get one of the above parts.
#7
Locking tuners and a graphite/Earvana/LSR roller nut would help mucho.
#8
I don't have problems with my tuners. It's the vibrola, i never use it and it pulls the guitar out of tune. Is there a way to stop the vibrola from moving without damaging the guitar/replacing the vibrola?