#3
^ no ****, i was wondering HOW they work, not what they do
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#4
cmon, 89 views and 2 posts, EG can do better than this
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why are metal musicians prone to fatness?
Cause there music is heavy.


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#5
Adding tension is not quite how that gizmo works. Seems like the run of the mill Hipshot tremsetter is way easier to operate.
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#7
You can't do flutters with the backstop either. Not when it's active anyhow. As a rule, you can't do flutters with anything that impedes the perfect string-spring balance. I guess the advantage of the backstop is that it's easier to get out of the way than other stabilizers.
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#9
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^Really? I thought for sure you could do flutters with a Backstop, because Steve Vai has one in his main guitar.


i think he recently changed up to a trem-setter
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#10
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^Really? I thought for sure you could do flutters with a Backstop, because Steve Vai has one in his main guitar.
Backstop has that handy thumbwheel on it which disengages the device, leaving you free to flutter. When engaged, it (just like any other stabilizer) puts additional resistance on a pull-up, and fluttering relies on both pull-up and dive giving the same amount of resistance. So no flutter with engaged stabilizers. No sirre.
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#11
well after a google search it seems pifty was correct, it's basically a easier to install hipshot that requires no guitar modifications (that's the claim anyways). tbh it seems kinda cheap/flimsy, and WD music seems to not understand the concept of product description when selling merchandise
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