#1
Hey, so I ordered the Tremol-no about a week ago, and it arrived yesterday! So, Got it installed and set up in about 15 mins. The question is, is it worth me buying the D-tuna also? Has anyone had experiance with them? Are they just gimicky?

Thanks a lot guys.

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#2
IMO no. If you just leave in your guitar in FX bridge mode, you can change to any tuning you want, right?
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#3
where do you get tremol-no's from?
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#4
aznrockerdude : Yeah, but anything more than drop d and the tuning starts to slip, only by a tiny amount, but still.

Hoodoo Child : I got mine from allparts.com - it does say so on the tremol-no site.
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Has anyone had experience with one of these?
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Hoodoo Child : I got mine from allparts.com - it does say so on the tremol-no site.


i didnt think of that. thanks
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#7
No prob dude :p

Btw, I'd recomend it. It's very easy to install, (check out the youtube vid) and is very stable in drop D. Took me about 10 mins to install
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the big problem with the d-tuna is that (a) it'll only work when the trem is in either dive-only or fixed mode and (b) unless you have a special route in your guitar, when it's not in use it'll severely limit up-pull, and may possibly mark your guitar's finish if you try to pull up too much...

EDIT: to expand on that: the d-tuna will work great if you're willing to use your trem in the same idiosyncratic way in which eddie did/does- tight against the guitar's top so you have no up-pull (ok, maybe idiosyncratic is too strong a word as plenty of people use them like that, but you know what i mean). unless you're willing to do a lot of faffing about though (or get a guitar custom-built with the d-tuna in mind, like e.g. that grollman reviewed in this month's guitar and bass magazine), it's not so good.
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#9
Well, I don't pull up much, (ever!) And with the tremol,no, it does mount flush (If that's what you mean) But I dunno.. I want to get a finished strat body to finishe the 2-year-old strat project i have going.. Maybe next month on so.
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well, if you never pull up at all, i don't see why the d-tuna wouldn't work with the trem in dive-only mode. but i could be wrong.
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