#1
hi, just wanna ask about damien fr, about the trem, its floyd rose, does anyone know if its original floyd? is the damien fr a good trem? thanks. dont know much about floyds this would be my first guitar with trem if ever
#4
is licenced better than lo -trs II ? or lo- trs II is better? coz im also looking at used ibanez rg350
#6
LoTRSII is crap, would need arm modification since it wobbles and clunks a lot. As for build quality, depends on the company of the Schecter' LFR or the company they order it from. Chances are they're from Korea and has the same material used on the LoTRSII
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#7
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is licenced better than lo -trs II ? or lo- trs II is better? coz im also looking at used ibanez rg350


the lo-trs II is horrible.
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#8
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The Lo-trs is a licensed FR, and a bad one at that. If you're looking for a floyd rose type trem these are the best ones to look at:
Edge, Lo-pro, Edge Pro, Original Floyd rose, Gotoh, and Schaller.
Kahler and the ZR trem are also good as well, just different than a standard floyd.


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#9
I just bought one this christmas and , its not a BAD guitar but its not like perfect.

ive never had a FR untill this guitar but from wut i understand there suposed to stay in tune better than this.
if i dive and let it go back on its own , it wont go back all the way and drop like a whole step.
but ive gotten used to bringing it back( pulling it back up) and it works fine.

it sounds nice tho, i can get some REALLY nice natural harmonics and pinch'es.
its also really heavy wich isnt bad but ,wutever.
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#10
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I just bought one this christmas and , its not a BAD guitar but its not like perfect.

ive never had a FR untill this guitar but from wut i understand there suposed to stay in tune better than this.
if i dive and let it go back on its own , it wont go back all the way and drop like a whole step.
but ive gotten used to bringing it back( pulling it back up) and it works fine.

it sounds nice tho, i can get some REALLY nice natural harmonics and pinch'es.
its also really heavy wich isnt bad but ,wutever.


is it that bad??? it drops down almost a whole step when you dive??