#1
would a kahler bridge fit onto a washburn n2? and what would be the benefit of a kahler over a floyd rose? thnkas
#2
Well, on one hand significantly LESS routing than a FR. Easier to setup and restring. You dont have to route a huge hole into the back of your guitar.They look very slick. Tuning is easier than on a FR. Tuning doesnt go out the window if a string breaks. Heard somewhere more range (DOn't quite me on that one). They are more expensive. but it costs less than the price of buying and getting someone to install a FR. Kahlers require top routing only if any.
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#3
so can I install a kahler on my guitar given that it has been routed for a floyd rose?
#4
I'm not quite sure.
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The moon is at its highest
And the twilight seems fitting
For in these moments
The light at the end of the world
Shines like a thousand suns....


Victor Gutierrez
#5
if its routed for pullback on the floyd ( im not sure about washburns some guitars are some arent) there might be extra required but it might just be minor.

then again you might require loads eh?

check up the specs for the route required, im sure they should have them on the kahler website

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