#1
I just had an awesome idea, but I don't know if it might be bad for my guitar.

Do ya'll think it would be bad for my guitar to push down the wammy bar, and find something to stick under the... little metal thing that comes up... so that i could tune it to like Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb without actually screwin around with everything?
#2
why would you want to do that? but i dont think it would hurt anything, but its kinda pointless cuz its really hard to get the right tuning off the whammy bar, you'd have to barely BARELY push it and that would be hard to get to stay
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#3
Just tune down you lazy bastard. But good idea though.

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#5
It's just a half step down, just tune your guitar down. It's not that hard. And they already invented something that does that. It's called a Trans-Trem system and it's on some Steinberger guitars.

Too bad they don't have that on every guitar. It's a great invention. You push the bar down or up and you can lock it into place.
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#7
well, I tried it, but it didn't really work too good.... somehow the strings weren't really tuned relative to each other... so I sadi **** it, and just tuned everything down the half-step
#8
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well, I tried it, but it didn't really work too good.... somehow the strings weren't really tuned relative to each other... so I sadi **** it, and just tuned everything down the half-step


Good decision. Your idea was good in theory, but in execution it doesn't work so well. I tried something similar on my starter strat.
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