#1
Title says it all.

Please explain in detail, tremolo's confuster me :S
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#2
it doesn't matter with the actual tuning, as in turning the tuners.

Some of these br00t3l preteens like to downtune to drop C and it can have an affect on floating trems. On a trem like a strat it doesn't matter though.
#3
Quote by Free Time
it doesn't matter with the actual tuning, as in turning the tuners.

Some of these br00t3l preteens like to downtune to drop C and it can have an affect on floating trems. On a trem like a strat it doesn't matter though.


I'm fond of drop d. Should that have as much of an effect as drop C?

Also more specifically this thread really is meant to be about a floyd rose
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#4
If it's a floating trem then yes, it will change.
what will change is how the floyd sits in the body. my advice: find a tuning you feel comfy/wanna play in, and set up your floy to that.
i have a guitar with a floyd that i use in Drop C, and i would never tune that one up. if you need a standard e tuning too, use another guitar
#5
depends on if it floats or not, If it does float (this can be a FR style or a strat trem if you decide to set it up to float) but the big thing with floating trems is pick one tuning and stick with it, because for every different tuning (you my be able ot get away with drop D) will require you to reset the bridge.
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