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    It was weird to see you wrote you don't like locking bridges but you liked this idea.
    It doesn't compute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Looks cool, but I wouldn’t replace a 510 with one. I have like 4 or 5 510’s and they all stay in tune just fine. I love those things.
    They do seem to be everywhere now too. The ones they put on those Ibanez AZ Prestige models have titanium saddles and Charvel has that as well as upgraded brass block on the USA DK24s. A bunch of people make the brass block for them too.

    I like the non locking Floyd, and they also have upgraded blocks available, its just too bad they require cutting wood out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdave View Post
    I like the non locking Floyd, and they also have upgraded blocks available, its just too bad they require cutting wood out.
    So you like THIS?



    The nonlocking Floyd Rose II is a piece of complete garbage.










    I think you need to learn the correct words because your terminology have been wrong two times in this thread.

    I SUPPOSE you are talking about the non-fine tuner Floyd?

    That is still a LOCKING bridge. Because you LOCK the strings.












    I'm trying to be helpful here even tho I know I come across as a fucking douche, but I can't help that. I don't know how to help without being rude.



    But the INTENT is to be helpful and let you LEARN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    I think you need to learn the correct words because your terminology have been wrong two times in this thread.
    Yeah and your grammar sucked in this sentence. So what. Rocka, be nice to him. That was a great video and it's a cool bridge.

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    I am trying to be nice

    English isn't even my first language

    Maybe I can learn some grammar, and bigdave can learn what a locking vs non-locking bridge is


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    This is a great idea if you don't like dealing with locking nuts.
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    ONE MORE THING I NEED TO LEARN BESIDES GRAMMAR:

    Not be an inconsiderate douche!!!

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    I didn't watch the vid. What's the point of a locking bridge with no fine tuners and no locking nut?

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