#1
What model charvel has a floyd rose II, a charvel humbucker in the bridge and an slanted s/c in the neck? I cant find pics of it anywhere.. I played one in curly music in Livepool and it was class!
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Yeah it is! but it was in a dirty white/ mellow yellow colour.
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Do you guys reckon it would be worth it for 350 with a free case?? I loved it and im deffo thinkin about it, just fancied a second opinion
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not sure, the floyd rose II isn't meant to be as good as OFRs (but i haven't tried them). I'm not too well up on charvels to be honest, maybe try contacting CJ rocker (his name is something like that, i think he's on the who to listen to list...)?
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The only thing is that the 3dr has a reverse headstock and the one I played doesnt.
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http://grimmusic.grimfacts.org/sold/Charvel4.JPG

The guitar i played was exactly like this but wasnt a charvette and had a floyd rose II. Also the nut on the one I played was strange, instead of having an allen key slot, it was just like a negative screwdriver slot. Like a straight line.
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anybody know?
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#9
I thought FR IIs were OFRs haha. I know a lot of kramers had the FR II system and are still intact today (ones from the 80s). If it looks feels and sounds good i'd jump on it if i had the cash.
#10
nah, i don't think so:

http://www.vintagekramer.com/parts6.htm (scroll down to floyd rose II)

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#11
That is a JT6 on a Charvel 3DR, and is double locking. Just make sure you aren't confusing it for a 275, which had the single locking Floyd. Good price for it too (sorry for the old post bump, but I've been away and wanted to answer this?
#12
The top end American and Japanese Kramers had OFR's. The cheap Korean made had FR II's. I wouldn't buy it if its got a FRII but if you liked it then go for it. Might be a Charvel Charvette though, which were mediocre I heard.

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