#2
sounds like a gimic to me
The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised
-George Will

Also caught her playing fallout boy on my guitar, changed my strings and cleaned it the next day.
#3
u can change tunings in a flash. u could always use a block of wood to block ur trem.
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#4
Quote by BAoxymoron
sounds like a gimic to me


nope, those things are amazing!

worth every penny.
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#5
Actually there's a huge group of people down at sevenstirng dot org thats been talking about them for a while and from what i hear, they're amazing
#7
I would like to have some versatility.

With the tremol-no, there are 3 modes.

The first is floating, which works as it always has worked.

The second is hard-tail, where you get added sustain, and works exactly like a guitar with a fixed bridge. You can change tunings without the other strings changing pitch. You can even pick 2 strings at the same time, bend one of them, and the other string will not go flat..

The last one is Deep-C. In this mode, you can use your tremolo bar to dive but you cannot flutter. You can still change tunings and you will get more sustain, but when you bend a string, the other strings will still go flat.

What would you rather get, a fixed bridge guitar or a floating guitar with a tremel-no?
Last edited by neon10th at Feb 20, 2008,