#1
does the EVH D-tuna lower all the strings or just the E?
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#2
just the E
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#3
that would be pretty conveinant if you could also have to do all the strings
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#5
Quote by curtis loew
that would be pretty conveinant if you could also have to do all the strings


well you could install a D-tuner for every seperate string, all sorts of wierd tuning possibilities
#6
a lot of people have 2 D-Tuna's installed. For how convinient they are they are pretty cheap. I know the actual EVH ones are $40, but it would get expensive for all the strings
#7
Quote by davedoom
Its called a D-Tuna for a reason

E->D, thats it!



well detuning the strings is what i had in mind.
how do they work?
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#8
what i dont get is, how would it tune to D without all the other strings going out of tune?
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#9
Quote by bean-o
what i dont get is, how would it tune to D without all the other strings going out of tune?


Look at them, they are for Floyd Roses ONLY. Which helps, it just cahnges the tension of the fine tuners.
#11
^So, if I would put them on every string of the guitar, that'd be no more floyd?
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#12
Quote by jmag
^So, if I would put them on every string of the guitar, that'd be no more floyd?


It'd still be a Floyd (if its possible to fit them on all the strings), you'd just have to have it blocked from one direction so it couldn't go sharp when you downtune the string (Tremol-no or whatever other such system)

I think in theory you could also use one of these things on there too: http://www.hipshotproducts.com/cart.php?m=product_list&c=7
#13
Quote by seljer
http://www.dtuna.com/faq2.html

you have to block the bridge in one direction apparently


Oh I see, and if i remember correctly, EVH's first Frankenstrat had a dive-only trem.
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#14
Okay I have a Peavey Wolfgang EVH that im looking at right now. When you "pull out" or "push in" the d-tuna, it like raise or lowers the E strings block from the bridge.

It definately looks like you could put a dtuna on every string, and no it wouldnt get in the way of the trem arm on this model of guitar, but I cant speak for others