#1
anyone ever heard of it?

how much do they go for?
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#2
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#4
i cant find anything online officially about it
just stuff on forums

my friends frined uses one
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#5
It lets you change your floating trem into basically a hardtail bridge or a dive-only bridge. Very useful when breaking a string as the rest of the guitar will still be in tune. You can also put it to full-floating mode.
#6
ive looked into one, when i was going to buy this one guitar i liked but had a floating bridge i was going to order one. i think they go for about 50 or 60 usd, and from what ive read they are very good, but ive never used one myself.
#8
Pretty much overpriced part that could easily be replaced with a block of wood
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#9
its awesome. u can make it dive only or completely block or full floating within seconds. but diveonly isnt extremely stable and complete block isnt stable unless u use the little screws (not the thumb screws) that come with it.
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#10
pssh, just freaking glue in a peice of wood behimd it so you cant raise up...
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#11
It's basically for people who can't make up their mind when it comes to hardtail vs. fixed bridge vs. floyd. I see the use for it, but it seems a bit superfluous.
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#12
yea I agree, it kinda defies the point of a floating trem.
If your gonna get a guitar with a floating trem then use it...

and if you say I want the versatility. You know your gonna maybe use it in dive bomb only mode, or hard tail when you get lazy and dont wanna mess with the floating aspect of it.

IMO getting one of these only justifies that you got a guitar that doesnt suit you. Meh but with that being said I cant really talk, im definately a lazy person... but im not gonna spend 50$ on something that limits my guitars bridge so that it doesnt do what it was meant to

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#13
its good for swtiching between floating and fixed real quick. i love it. also good for changing tunings.
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#14
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#15
I can see the use on it, when you wont use the tremelo, then plunking it in hard-tail mode will increase sustain etc.

But TBH.....Id rather just use a block of wood when I want my guitar to act as hardtail.
#16
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Pretty much overpriced part that could easily be replaced with a block of wood


not really. try getting a block of wood in and out in the amount of time it takes to adjust two screws. As long as you didn't have to jump straight from rhythm to solo, even a few bars' rest and you could conceivable play rhythm with the trem bar locked, and then unlock it for the solo.

though, it's not as easy to set up and use as the tremol-no videos imply. and with my gotoh trem, the deep-C (the thing which allows you to access dive-only mode) doesn't fit without impeding some of the up-pull.
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not really. try getting a block of wood in and out in the amount of time it takes to adjust two screws. As long as you didn't have to jump straight from rhythm to solo, even a few bars' rest and you could conceivable play rhythm with the trem bar locked, and then unlock it for the solo.

though, it's not as easy to set up and use as the tremol-no videos imply. and with my gotoh trem, the deep-C (the thing which allows you to access dive-only mode) doesn't fit without impeding some of the up-pull.

True, but if you have a crappy Edge III or something and can't afford a new trem, then the block of wood is for you.
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#18
yeah. i was assuming you had a decent trem that you didn't want to block.

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#19
so if you have a fender strat bridge and you want to switch between hardtail and dive only you can do this with a tremel-no??

i sometimes want it as a hardtail bridge, but sometimes as the standard strat bridge
#20
i think it works with a strat bridge too, yeah, but best check on the website.
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#23
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i think it works with a strat bridge too, yeah, but best check on the website.



wasn't there another product that stops your strat's bridge from doing a dive every time you do a massive bend? Its not a tremol-no, but I can't remember the name.

Tremol-nos are decent, like someone else said, if you can't make up your mind between a floating trem or a fixed bridge, tremol-no is the best thing for you. But they are a bit expensive, and kind of hard to find in canada
#24
tremsetter?
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#25
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that's the one, I can never remember its name. The trem setter is pretty good for a strat. Most people i know who have strats install trem setters after a while
#26
The tremolno is also useful in restringing, think about it...no more floyd sinking into the body while you restring. I got one for the project im working on. I think i got it for about 50 bucks...As much fun as it is to have a floyd, Im not gonna want it always on, and if i break a string during a song or something, i just reach behind my guitar, push the trem up a bit and close the screw. Plus i hear there are problems when you play chords with a floyd...
#27
^ hold your horses, you have to have the tremol-no blocked before you break a string; what you're suggesting won't work.
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#28
^note i said push up the bridge a bit. It wont be exact but still better then the mess that comes after string breakage
#29
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#30
Tremol-No's are great for changing between hardtail and trem on the fly. I have one, and it doesn it's job great. However, I'm coming through some hard times, and since I don't gig, I am bieng forced to sell it. Great piece of equipment if you have a set using mixed tunings. I would use mine to tune to drop D all the time.
#31
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^note i said push up the bridge a bit. It wont be exact but still better then the mess that comes after string breakage


possibly. i'd have thought if you're worried about breaking a string just go to hardtail mode to be honest.
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#32
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^ hold your horses, you have to have the tremol-no blocked before you break a string; what you're suggesting won't work.


don't they advertise that with the dive only mode you can still break a string without majorly affecting tuning tho?
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#33
yeah, but you have to be in dive-only (or hardtail) mode before you break the string.
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