#1
NO FLOYD ROSE PLZZ!. i really really hate them from the bottom of my heart. i was originally getting a jackson soloist. but i just hate the hassle of the fr since i go though different tunings everyday. i'm looking for something like the esp page hamilton signature. but with fret inlays and such. i wanna know if there are guitars like that without going custom and such with the exception of carvin and warmoth.
#2
Ibanez Rg serise look up ones with out the floyd
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#3
Jackson & Ibanez, both make many models with & without trems.
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#4
The superstrats mainly have fixed bridge or Double-Locking.

Take a look at Ibanez S prestiges?
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#6
Ibanez SV5470F

Only one that springs to mind.

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#7
i need none locking trem. not fixed bridge. not floyd rose. i already have a gibson sg and a fender strat. so please don't suggest things i already own
#8
Oh yeah Schecter too, almost everything the make has a trem & non trem model.
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#9
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Ibanez SV5470F

Only one that springs to mind.

+1.

Or those Laguna guitars.

EDIT: guys, he wants a vintage style trem, not a fixed bridge.
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Oh yeah Schecter too, almost everything the make has a trem & non trem model.

+1
#11
Ibanez or Schecter
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#13
They do a non trem version of the SL2 soloist
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Ibanez Rg serise look up ones with out the floyd
Tony Iommie g-400 SG.

Ibanez come with floyd roses.
I thought they came with Edge III's. But hey, What do I know.
#16
Couldn't you get one guitar with a Floyd Rose and use your SG when you change tunings?
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#18
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i would've done that long ago if my sg has 24 frets and trem.

Have you looked at Lagunas? They're on the low-mid end of the spectrum though.
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#19
why dont you see if warmoth has a strat replacement neck with 24 frets?
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#20
why bother?

vintage trems only give you a small range (compared to floyd roses) and go out of tune easily.

once a floyd is set up properly it won't go out of tune no matter how you abuse the trem.

I can't see there being much music where you'd need 24 frets and where a vintage trem would suffice.
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why dont you see if warmoth has a strat replacement neck with 24 frets?

That wouldn't work, the frets would go right over the neck pickup.
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#22
hm... Ibanez SV Prestige maybe?
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#23
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why bother?

vintage trems only give you a small range (compared to floyd roses) and go out of tune easily.

once a floyd is set up properly it won't go out of tune no matter how you abuse the trem.

I can't see there being much music where you'd need 24 frets and where a vintage trem would suffice.

i don't want a floyd rose because i change tuning alot and i don't need to dive bomb like no tomorrow. as for staying in tune i'm getting locking tuner to help that part out. i don't use up to 24 frets normally but its nice to have overtime and recently i been hitting against the repetitions because i can't go any higher on frets for solos
#26
Quote by kckyle
i don't want a floyd rose because i change tuning alot and i don't need to dive bomb like no tomorrow. as for staying in tune i'm getting locking tuner to help that part out. i don't use up to 24 frets normally but its nice to have overtime and recently i been hitting against the repetitions because i can't go any higher on frets for solos

changing tunings is gonna be a bitch with any floating trem, not just the double locking variety. so unless you're going to set it up dive only having a vintage trem won't help you with that.

locking tuners don't stop the friction at the nut, they just reduce slippage at the tuner itself.
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#27
With some luck, you could find a used EBMM on ebay for about a grand...
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#28
Are you talking about going from a standard tuning to a drop tuning, or changing all of the strings tunings?

if it's just going from E standard to drop D, then a vintage would be a lot easier to deal with... otherwise lemoninfluence is right, it's going to be a bitch either way

I think your best bet is to look around at anything but the 'big' name guitars... Theres gotta be some used custom guitar out there with 24 frets and a vintage trem


edit: I was looking around the prs site.. they apparently have an SE 24 fret: http://www.prsguitars.com/allender/index.html I'm gunna go look at other sites now, this makes me think...
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#29
SV series?

Ibanez, S shape, 24 frets, SynchroniZR bridge, HSH. They might be more than $1000 though.
#30
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Are you talking about going from a standard tuning to a drop tuning, or changing all of the strings tunings?

if it's just going from E standard to drop D, then a vintage would be a lot easier to deal with... otherwise lemoninfluence is right, it's going to be a bitch either way

I think your best bet is to look around at anything but the 'big' name guitars... Theres gotta be some used custom guitar out there with 24 frets and a vintage trem


edit: I was looking around the prs site.. they apparently have an SE 24 fret: http://www.prsguitars.com/allender/index.html I'm gunna go look at other sites now, this makes me think...

there also makeing an se custom 24 if ur in to more rock type tones
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#32
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This Showmaster may work for you if you really want strat style.
#33
^How could I even forget about it? That looks beautiful.
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^How could I even forget about it? That looks beautiful.

+1 that is the secks
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#35
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+1 that is the secks

Too bad it's now discontinued.
Why would Fender do such a thing?! (I know, lack of sales, whatever)
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Too bad it's now discontinued.
Why would Fender do such a thing?! (I know, lack of sales, whatever)


eBay anyone?
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#38
wow. guys,....i think i'm going to start my quest on finding a showmaster. btw i do have one question though. what type of neck is that.