#1
I'm planning on buying the Schecter C-1 hellraiser at the end of the summer when i have the cashflow to do so, but right now i'm researching guitars anyways just to make sure i know what i'm looking for. I was looking up guitar reviews on UG and noticed that there are two different reviews for the hellraiser. one with, one without the floyd rose - what i want to know is it worth shelling out the extra cash for the floyd rose? and what exactly is it going to do for the quality of the guitar
#2
Well...if you're not going to use the Floyd Rose, then don't buy it, it's as simple as that. I have a guitar with one and I don't really use it that much, but that's just me. I don't really think there's a difference between the two, just one has the Floyd and the other doesn't.
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#3
^I don't think you really answered his question. I think he wants to know what the Floyd Rose will do to make it worth the extra cash...am I right? You use a Floyd Rose if you bend notes using the tremolo a lot. Also, it keeps your strings in tune for a nice, long time. Like Matrixclaw said though, it all depends on if you want/need those advantages. One caveat: a common complaint is that it's hard/takes a long time to change strings.
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#4
Alright, that makes sense. I don't really use the tremolo bar a whole lot - so i imagine it won't really be worth the extra cash then. Thanks guys