#1
Well, it's a pretty simple question, how do you like your strings attached? Personally, I'm all about the tune-o-matic.
#2
as long as its not a tremelo im good with it. but i do like the comfort of the FR, ill admit that. My TonePros is kinda weird but its not too bad. i think one day i think im gunna get a hipshot.
#6
The only "real" bridge I've played on a proper guitar is a tune-o-matic. Well, no, I've played an Edge Pro on an S470 once. That was great.

I haven't played it, but I assume the ZR tremolo would be great, and thus my favourite. If only the guitars had 24 frets...
#7
tune-o-matic
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#8
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The only "real" bridge I've played on a proper guitar is a tune-o-matic. Well, no, I've played an Edge Pro on an S470 once. That was great.

I haven't played it, but I assume the ZR tremolo would be great, and thus my favourite. If only the guitars had 24 frets...


Edge Pro on a S470? Eh?
#9
My Jags floating trem is pretty awesome. Tis a pretty good system.
#10
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My Jags floating trem is pretty awesome. Tis a pretty good system.


i was about to say that, but in a sarcastic way, although thinking about it, it's more the saddles that are screwed up, the rest is pretty cool.
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#14
A vintage six-screw trem or a vintage two-point. i would like to try out a ZR, they sound awesome.
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