#1
After months of researching, I have decided on a Schecter Stiletto Classic. I want to get a tremol-no for it because I frequently drop tune and do weird tunings. However, I have run into a problem. I don't know what tremol-no will work with it. It says the bridge is a "Gotoh/Schecter Tremolo", but there are no specifications to what Gotoh bridge it is. Does anybody know what style of Tremol-no will work with it?
Get a Carvin. Do it.
#2
yea, it'll work, but why fork out the cash for one with a Floyd, when your not gonna use it?
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#3
I'm going to be using it. But I would like having the option of having a hard tail.

What style would work? The clamp (large), clamp (small), or the pin type?
Get a Carvin. Do it.
#4
email tremolno?
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