#3
Quote by sashki
Pros:
No back routing required
Fits all guitars
Adjustable in 3 dimensions

Cons:
More expensive than floyds
May be hard to find

QFT.
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#5
I have a kahler flyer, they are easier to use and maintain than a floyd alot easier. They dont have as much range though, but there is a new kahler that is cheaper and can go from hardtail to a vibrato with a little lock.

Edit: I think they are adjustable in 6 dimensions.
#6
Another advantage, I know its on the 7xxx Kahlers, not sure about the old ones though, is that you can lock the trem with a hex key effectively giving you a hardtail. They also make models that mount onto existing tailpiece studs that require only a little routing.

And also the replacement parts look to be very pricey and they are harder to find.
#7
Quote by sashki
Pros:
No back routing required
Fits all guitars
Adjustable in 3 dimensions

Cons:
More expensive than floyds
May be hard to find


+1^

very slick trems though. i have yet to find a floyd that feels as slick as my 2200
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#8
im gonna flip if someone says floating kahlers dont need routing
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#9
there also a bitch to tune and set up i work at a guitar shop and sometimes i tell people to go to another store beucase they take an hour ot set up properly seriously dont get one it just creates headaches for techs