#1
I'm going to get a guitar with an Original Floyd Rose trem on it tomorrow. I'm wondering how hard it would be to set it up to where I could put it drop d or Eb standard with the fine tuners.
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#2
You can put it in Drop-D with the fine tuners there won't be any noticeable differences in the tuning when you do that unless you have like super human perfect pitch.

You can't do Eb like that though.
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#3
Fine tuners only go half step, so the lowest you could go just with them is Eb. Even that would be the very limit, almost impossible to get it in tune and down to Eb.
#4
haha your gonna have fun man. It can take any tuning. I played mine in drop C for the longest time and it was fine.
#5
It's not too hard for Drop D, but Eb is slightly more difficult. Just tune it to EVERY SO SLIGHTLY over E with all the fine tuners tight down and then just drop them down to Eb.
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#6
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Fine tuners only go half step, so the lowest you could go just with them is Eb. Even that would be the very limit, almost impossible to get it in tune and down to Eb.


If you set it right it can go a whole step.

Though with Eb you'll have to like adjust the floyd tension in the back cause the bridge will start to lose its level-ness.
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#7
I asked this because I played the guitar at a Guitar Center and they had it setup where you could put it in drop d. So I knew you could do it, I just wanted to know how hard it would be to do it.
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#9
Quote by schecterman1990
I asked this because I played the guitar at a Guitar Center and they had it setup where you could put it in drop d. So I knew you could do it, I just wanted to know how hard it would be to do it.


It's actually pretty easy, when you have your Low E string tuned to..well E. Have your Low E fine tuner set to be more tight at the same time (not balanced in the middle), so you'll have a lot more headroom and it will be able to reach D when you loosen it.
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