Post by JFrankParnell on Mar 14, 2011 15:56:14 GMT -5
i started out that way, 5 springs tight. cuz i dint want to try and figure out the floating thing and all the adjustments. But, ya know, i changed my tune I'm floating now, and I really dont have any tuning problems, even with moderate whammage. And I dont think the adjustments are really that hard, esp if you stay with the same strings. I do rest on the bridge though, so I put in the goeldo back box: joe.emenaker.com/TremStabilizers/BackBox.html What I think is better is there isnt the 'clunk' when the whammy returns to zero, as there is with the 'decked' 5 spring set up.
I remember every little thing...as if it happened only yesterday. I was barely seventeen, and I once killed a boy with a Fender guitar. I don't remember if it was a telecaster or a stratocaster, But I do remember that it had a heart of chrome and a voice like a horny angel.
it dropped right in on my squier the block is longer than the cavity, so i just won't have that crappy guard on the back for a backup guitar (third guitar at gigs), it should be fine in terms of the saddles, i just transferred the graphtech saddles i already had i haven't put too much time playing it, but it seemed fine to me