#1
Ok, so I'm having some confusion about this.
What's the difference between a licensed tremolo, floating tremolo, and an actual whammy bar? And what does it mean to "set up" (repeatedly) a floating tremolo?
#2
A licensed tremolo is one that a company produces with permission by the original maker. A floating tremolo means that the tremolo system itself floats in the body allowing for dives and rises. The whammy bar is the name for the bar that you use to manipulate the tremolo system.
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#3
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Ok, so I'm having some confusion about this.
What's the difference between a licensed tremolo, floating tremolo, and an actual whammy bar? And what does it mean to "set up" (repeatedly) a floating tremolo?



amazing how things like this get posted.
#4
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amazing how things like this get posted.


ya because everyone was born knowing everything...
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#5
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#6
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amazing how things like this get posted.
Nice job looking like a total idiot in front of the entire forum.
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tom morello that bitch


^ Talking about how high to play your guitar.
#7
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amazing how things like this get posted.

I've just looked at your other posts, you're a bit of a tosser aren't you?

*reported*
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