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  1. #9


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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    There was already a seven string TOM.
    Noodles

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  3. #10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    This figures, since I just got an OFR7 for my 7 string project.

    To be fair, I got it cheap since it came from Dave. Predictably, I'll have to buy a bar for it.

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    The OFR Push-in bar made me pretty agnostic between the two, but this is the only license Floyd worth bothering with, along with the Edge/LoPro, as well.
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    What am I looking at here can someone please post gd link?

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    Not much to post. Gotoh hasn't released much but the picture.

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    Are these a drop in replacement for a Floyd?

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    Depends on how tight the rout is. Warmoth's floyd rout needed a little tweaking. Dunno on the 7 string version.

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    Yep, Warmoth's Gotoh and Floyd routs are slightly different, mainly because the string-lock screws don't stick out as far back on the Gotoh-branded trems.
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