#1
Just got a D-Tuna, installing it on my King V KVX10 right now.
It goes from E to D and D to E right on the dot, with no sharp/flat.
However, in the E position the other 5 strings are flat, like really flat but not to the point where it's a another note. In the D position everything is fine.
Any ideas?
Jackson King V KVX10
Line 6 Spider III 75 W.
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#2
if the floyd is floating, it will always throw all the other strings out of tune, this was made to work on eddie's non-floating floyd.
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#3
Ugh it is floating. Is there anything I can do?
Jackson King V KVX10
Line 6 Spider III 75 W.
Peavey 5150/6505 Combo to be owned at the end of 2010.
#4
Tremol-No!!! lol. i have one and I love it. i'm still in the process of looking for a D-tuna in black to match my OFR.
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#5
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Ugh it is floating. Is there anything I can do?


Block the trem recess so it can't pull up.
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#6
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Tremol-No!!! lol. i have one and I love it. i'm still in the process of looking for a D-tuna in black to match my OFR.
yeah, tremel no. Costs too much for like a 3 inch piece of metal, but it works
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#7
You can also use a Hipshot Tremsetter. They can be difficult to set up correctly, and require some drilling of your trem cavity, but once you get it set up properly your d-tuna will work perfectly. The other bonus is that you'll be able to pull up on your whammy bar, which you won't when you've got a tremol-no locked in place.

I've got this set up on my Kramer, and once you've changed strings a couple of times you'll start getting the hang of how to set it up, and it becomes less hard work each time you do it.

They're cheaper than a tremol-no as well. Tremol-no's cost $65 (from the site linked from the tremol-no website), and tremsetters are $48 on hipshot's website.
#8
OOOOOOOOOHHHH THANKS GUYS!
More money to spend -.-
I'll get the Hipshot Tremsetter for sure but store set up.
Thank you allllllll <33333.
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Jackson King V KVX10
Line 6 Spider III 75 W.
Peavey 5150/6505 Combo to be owned at the end of 2010.