#2
I've never tried it, but I wanted to. I was gonna' get the King V, but instead I got the DXMG Dinky. Try'em see which one like. Oh, and the tremolo on my Dinky kicks ass. It rarely goes outta' tune.
#3
find a used rr3 if you want a v shape.
except on both guitars have terrible upper fret access imo (due to bolt on neck)
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#8
Quote by Ghold125
find a used rr3 if you want a v shape.
except on both guitars have terrible upper fret access imo (due to bolt on neck)

That

+ dont look at anything but a licensed floyd if you really want a floating bridge
Quote by Demonazzz
I prefer barbed wire strings. I find I can get the most br00t41 tonez with it.
#9
Ok thanks guys. The DXMG Dinky looks nice, I'll try them both.
"Lord beer me strength."
#10
come to tihnk of it, ive had it for about a month now, and i have to say, it plays very nice. the only problem ive had was restringing it, which was a pain with the tremolo, but whats new? And the 18th and 19th fret on the high E dont work for some reason, buyt ill fix it.

other than that, its plays like a dream. Id recommend it to anyone who wants a quality guitar with the beautiful V shape
#11
Quote by lokster


+ dont look at anything but a licensed floyd if you really want a floating bridge


Are you serious???
Jackson Licensed floyd's are good
but if you can get a Schaller original Floyd
#12
I have it. Great guitar! The only problem is that my high E string breaks a lot, but once I put .10's on it, the problem was solved. Fret access is fine.