#1
Is it possible to have this done, and get rid of the locking nuts...etc without ruining the guitar? (as in the sound, or anything,,?)

Do i bring it to a shop or something and ask.. anyone know???

thanks!


Something ive noticed with guitars, that have a floyd rose system on... when i pick a string (say top e, 8th fret) and bend the above string (on any fret) the e string's pitch will change, and it shouldn't obviously because it's the other string that i'm bending!....
On other guitars, without tremelos it doesn't happen.
Just something else i thought i'd mention.
#2
Go to your local store and look for an item called Tremol-no. Get it installed, its great, you can block your bridge or leave it at full floating mode or even switch to a dive only mode.

Google it
#3
Quote by sum_ugly_man
Go to your local store and look for an item called Tremol-no. Get it installed, its great, you can block your bridge or leave it at full floating mode or even switch to a dive only mode.

Google it

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#4
that is just what I was gonna say... get a Tremol-no it is so you can go back to the floyd if you ever want to.

and yes it does change pitch with a floyd. That is because the bridge dives slightly when you bend the strings... but everything goes back with the locking nut
#5
thanks you guys! i'll go have a look...

Quote by joshane2000
and yes it does change pitch with a floyd. That is because the bridge dives slightly when you bend the strings... but everything goes back with the locking nut

Would it still do that do you know still... if i used this tremol-no?
#6
i know exactly what youre talkin about... your bending issue. it doesnt bother me a bit but i noticed that a long time ago. i dont get how thats such a big problem that youd wanna get rid of the bridge all together.
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#7
It's a problem for me, doing alot of two string bending i notice it, and it sounds bad...
And because i just don't use it anymore, and need to re-tune alot... it doesn't matter to me if i kept or or not.
#9
If you are that against it a better option might be to sell or trade your current guitar and get one without it.
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