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Old 2006-09-06, 12:53
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I've never played a Kahler, but I hear they require wwwwaaaay more maintenence and are harder to tune up. I can do a full string change on a Floyd(original) in like 10 mins., and replacement parts are cheap and easy to find. Just gotta make sure you have a high quality Floyd like a Schaller, Original, or Pro.

The Pro series can be adapted for different fretboard radiuses with shims under the saddles, and it's made for closer string spacing so it can do everything the Kahler can. Except maybe save you some sustain, but if you have a trem guitar chances are you don't need 2 minutes of sustain...
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