#2
I'm guessing it's not great.
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#3
It's probably decent, but nothing special. I'm sure they're better on the higher end Nuno guitars...
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#4
^ of course, they are, (a) they have schallers and (b) nuno isn't playing the N1, that's for damn sure.
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#5
nuno plays the n4. but the trem i believe is the same one i had in my x40 (before they used schallers in the x40's) and it was a great LFR trem. i thought it was better than my friends trem in his kh-202.

how does the n series play? ive yet to play one.
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#6
^ i haven't tried them either. I saw one in a shop I was in on holiday, but I didn't get a chance to try it... i think danno might have tried one...
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^ of course, they are, (a) they have schallers and (b) nuno isn't playing the N1, that's for damn sure.


Schaller are great bridges. Schaller and Floyd Rose bridges are both made at the same manufacturing facility in Bubenreuth, Germany, so they're essentially identical to the original Floyd Rose in every way except for the name stamped on the base plate.

But the LFR on that N2 is probably no better or no worse than any other guitar in that price range. The bridges they put on them are pretty generic. They usually work pretty well for a while, but the knife edges start wearing quickly. And once they wear the guitar will never return to its original tuning after using the trem. Such is the fate of most LFRs found on most cheaper import guitars.
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#8
^ that's what I meant, that schaller was a good bridge.

I don't think they are the same, though, regardless of them being made in the same factory. I've heard a lot of horror stories about the schaller, such as it using softish metal for the baseplate and such- and when I tried one, I wasn't too impressed.

It's better than those cheapo licensed ones, but, in my opinion, it's at the botom of the heap of the "quality" floyds...

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