#1
I was wondering how well the coated guitar strings, such as Black Diamond and DR, hold up with a Floyd Rose locking tremolo. Thanks.
#2
ummmmmmmmm....fine.....there is no difference....
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#3
Shouldn't really be affected by the tremolo.
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#4
Thanks guys. I was thinking about slippage seeing how they're coated. I was wondering if they would slip out of the locking saddle block easier or not.
#6
Nah, they don't slip.
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#7
No slippage at all, but it really affects your tone, and some please aren't really accustomed to playing with a layer of something else on their strings.

If you're considering switching, go try a guitar which has some coating and make a decision on how you'd feel about playing coated strings in the long run, not just because it feels nice there and then. Sliding on your strings have a slightly different feel when you have coated strings.

I know I like to feel some metal when I play my guitar.
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#8
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No slippage at all, but it really affects your tone, and some please aren't really accustomed to playing with a layer of something else on their strings.

If you're considering switching, go try a guitar which has some coating and make a decision on how you'd feel about playing coated strings in the long run, not just because it feels nice there and then. Sliding on your strings have a slightly different feel when you have coated strings.

I know I like to feel some metal when I play my guitar.


Good call. I actually did this already which sparked my interest in these. I played a guitar with a set of Black Diamonds on it and really liked the smoother feel.