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*insert name here* 2006-09-27 19:55

Tremol-no in stores
 
I know some of you would have been hanging out for them.
They are out at allparts.com and universaljems.com
enjoy. :)

problematic 2006-09-28 05:43

These are pretty sexy, I might consider buying one.

ThornsOfHeaven200 2006-09-28 10:39

Anyways, the concept of tremel-no sounds cool, but I probably wouldnt get it since I love using trems. It seems to me its an "official" solution to lock the Floyd trem, as the Kahler hybrids are similar in concept.

jager 2006-09-28 11:23

Click here to hear my music:

hehe

:rofl:

blizzard_beast 2006-09-28 11:34

Awesome music dude, but you put it in the wrong forum.

Thanks for the update insert, no more post-its in my trem cavity!

Slabbefusk 2006-09-28 12:02

I bought one this summer :p.

PowerFace 2006-09-28 16:03

seems like a neat concept, but i dont really get the point of it. could someone clarify?

*insert name here* 2006-09-28 21:35

It blocks the trem in the string cavity, so the trem doesnt move and mess up your tuneing, etc. Very impressive design, too.

problematic 2006-09-29 05:28

Quote:
Originally Posted by blizzard_beast
Awesome music dude, but you put it in the wrong forum.


Lol did you even check it out? You're so serious about it.

Slabbefusk 2006-09-29 05:34

Quote:
Originally Posted by *insert name here*
It blocks the trem in the string cavity, so the trem doesnt move and mess up your tuneing, etc. Very impressive design, too.


There's more to it. You can have it in Floating mode, Dive only mode or Hardtail mode :p.

ThornsOfHeaven200 2006-09-29 08:45

I thought it just locks the trem up to be in "hardtail mode"? I cant find too much info about it on the net though...

Soeru 2006-09-29 10:49

Not something I would use as all my trem-equipped guitars have good Floyd bridges and stay in tune virtually forever, and I like to have it available for whammy wankery, but this sounds like a good idea, especially for string changing.

I'd get one just for string changing if they didn't cost 65$... but my wood blocks will do just fine. ;)

Slabbefusk 2006-09-29 12:15

Well the Tremol-no doesn't affect the "feel" of the strings like wood blocks do :).


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