Well, I did like 10 or so takes before I got a decent recording and it still sounded in tune (most strings was green when checking too) so I guess it actually works now!!!:flex:
However, if I put my guitar aside for a while and come back, all strings are sharp? :scratch:
Anybody know how that...
EDIT: No ESP M-II please, I just sold mine.
Hey, if anyone here likes to suggest guitars, now's the time! :metal:
I'm pretty stuck on Ibanez Prestiges because of the neck and I already have two of those and I absolutely love them. I'm just looking for a possible other choice of high-end metal...
I have seen two guitars now, one at GC and one at a local music store, that had standard Stratocaster trems (in fact, one of them was a Stratocaster) that had their trems set up so that they weren't flush against the body, but the aft-most point was up a few mm so you could pull the note up a...
Blocking the floating trem on my Jackson Fusion. Want it solid, not just dive only, seeing as a) I have no nuts (:rofl:) and b) I don't really use the bar anyway.
Question is, does anyone know the measurements for the block of wood I'd need to put in?
Also, do I need to put one either side...
Step 1: unlock locknut and using bar, hold bridge in desired position.
Step 2: lock down bridge with Tremol-no.
Step 3: tune bridge.
Step 4: unlock bridge and Tremol-no claw locks.
Step 5: slowly adjust claw screws until guitar is back in tune.
Step 6: lock everything back down, drink beer.
i have a peavey predator strat that i'd like to mod. i want to take out the stock traditional trem bridge and put in a 2-point floater. I don't mind drill out for the 2 studs, but i don't want to route the body (but i could if need be).
what's the best one out there?
I'm coming to the conclusion that as cool as trems are, it's just not worth the hassle of them considering how little I actually use one. I usually just do divebombs (my Whammy pedal can do that), and the very, very rare flutter. The Death Warrior's Tremol-no is in locked mode and I never put...