#1
My question is will the EVH D Tuna fit the Ibanez S470? I'm not sure if it will fit because of the uniqeness (is that word? ) of the ZR trem. Any input is appreciated.
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#3
^ yeah, and they have to be non-low-profile, and as you say, non-floating or it'll go out of tune.
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#4
Oh well. Well that's not gonna stop me. I'm looking forward to buying it in a few weeks. With a mandatory minimum pickup swap (neck and bridge) it'll be perfect for me. I love the ZR trem, the body shape, the neck and especially the sexy colors. I'm gonna get the blue moon burst. Aww well, I have another guitar for drop D, anyway. So thanks for your help guys.
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#5
have you considered a tremel-no?

that'd let you block the trem when you want to go to drop d, so you wouldn't have to faff about with rebalancing the trem.

Though, i'm not certain it fits a ZR, again. I don't see why it wouldn't, but you'd need to check just in case.
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#6
I have considered it and could do it, but I'm a fan of pulling trems up, too. Not just down.
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#7
^ yeah, you can do that with the tremel-no, but only in the one tuning.

as opposed to the d-tuna where you can't pull up at all...

but if you have a second guitar, i guess it's moot, lol.

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#8
from what i've heard, the d-tunas are kind of gimmicky anyways. if i was going to spend money on something, it would be one of the hipshot droppers.
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#9
The tremol-no won't work on a ZR.

No trem accessories will, it's a completely new design. The rear cavity is COMPLETELY different than a regular (Strat, Floyd) trem.
#10
^ ok cool, i was scared that was the case.

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#11
Wow. The way wylde_overdrive described that was epic. It's like in the movies when the crazy scientist goes, "You all thought I was crazy! But I was right you foolish fools!!1!"
Thanks for your help guys. But like I said, this revelation isn't going to stop me from getting that guitar.

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#12
Cant the ZR fine tuner on the E go down to D? Just do that, and fine adjust all the other strings.
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#13
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Cant the ZR fine tuner on the E go down to D? Just do that, and fine adjust all the other strings.


Technically that is a bad idea. It will lead to trem imbalance and some other problems I hear.
#14
^ Yeah it only takes 2 minutes, probably less, to get the ZR into drop d. You dont even have to unlock the nut, just tune it down to D then fine tune the rest of the strings as they will slightly go out of tune.
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