#1
I'm getting a new Peavey PXD guitar.

Should I get it WITH or WITHOUT the "Kahler trem"??

I've already got 1 floyd and a hardtail.

Can someone convince me one way or the other so I can choose!?!?
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#2
uhhhh why not???
you know some people have gibson explorers and cant get whammy bars...so be grateful
#3
Quote by Lrn2play
uhhhh why not???
you know some people have gibson explorers and cant get whammy bars...so be grateful


that is true. I'm easily swayed.

pros and cons anyone?
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#4
I personally love whammy bars. I would get one. I don't know much about Kahler trems, though. But I think there's just so much more you can do with a whammy bar. It all really depends on you, I guess.
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#5
Quote by E V H 5150
I personally love whammy bars. I would get one. I don't know much about Kahler trems, though. But I think there's just so much more you can do with a whammy bar. It all really depends on you, I guess.


Well there's a couple things that get me.

With a trem, I don't want to be going out of tune all the time from string bending, and just using the whammy bar.
.......but damn....whammy bars are soo damn cool.
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#6
Dont get a khaler because they absolutely suck if you like doing bends.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=0K350onEl1o
See for yourself.
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#7
Kahlers are awesome if you get a good one, better than a Floyd imo. It always makes me wonder why Floyds are so much wider used, I'd much rather have a Kahler but they're a lot harder to find on guitars that I actually like the shape of
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