#1
i am not familiar with tuning the prs tremolo. i know how to use floyd roses but not these. do you have to adjust anything to drop tune them? do the other strings go out of tune when you tune one?
#2
I'm sorry, but I find it hilarious someone knows how a locking trem works but not how a synchronized trem does.

Think of it as a string-thru stoptail with a tremolo. Changing tunings won't detune it, and if it's set properly you probably won't need to adjust it to drop tune.
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#3
Quote by necrosis1193
I'm sorry, but I find it hilarious someone knows how a locking trem works but not how a synchronized trem does.


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nah thanks for the help. so does tuning one string affect the others?
#4
In my experience tuning one string tunes one string. Not much else will change on it.
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#5
The PRS Trem like any floating trem will need adjustment to radically change tunings but because its non locking its just more convenient to tune.

If its setup in E standard and you go to drop D then yes you will need to adjust the tuning on all the other strings.
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