#1
i dnt know weather to get a floating tremolo equiped guitar or a fixed bridge (or string through body) guitar. what would you recommened. i play mostly metal.
#2
Do you do a lot of dives and other type playing? If not, there's no reason to get the tremelo.
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#3
depends on the type of metal you play, but i like fixed bridges personally, such as tune o matics. makes for better palm muting imo.

but most metal ive noticed uses floyd roses and the such.
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#5
the question i like to ask myself sometime is do u like to change tunings alot cause if so stay away from FR and locking nuts haha
#6
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i'd say go for trem, only adds to creative options

+1, provided you're not changing tunings all the time. it would be a PITA then.
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