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Old 2007-09-18, 17:07
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Just out of curiosity. When changing to a heavier spring set is it needed when you tune down. Like to C for example. Or since there is lack of tension on the strings do I not have to worry about changing springs. Cause I was speaking to a guitar tech today and I ask if I could tune my Hondo down to C standard and soon as he found out it had a Kahler he was like "Naw man. Well you could but it would take like a REALLY long time. I would have to take apart your whole bridge if you wanna tune that low" This got my worried


Sounds like your guitar guitar tech is a lazy bastard. Anyone who has more than 45 minutes worth of experience with a floating tremolo can do that no problem.
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Old 2007-09-18, 19:48
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Sounds like your guitar guitar tech is a lazy bastard. Anyone who has more than 45 minutes worth of experience with a floating tremolo can do that no problem.


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Old 2007-09-18, 19:50
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wow those are small. Thanx alot i apreciate it!
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Kahler now have 7 and 8 string trems Not sure if anyone else posted this news before but I thought you all needed to know. There are also adapter plates to retro fit guitars that are Floyd routed with a Kahler now.
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Old 2009-01-27, 19:49
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Kahler now have 7 and 8 string trems Not sure if anyone else posted this news before but I thought you all needed to know. There are also adapter plates to retro fit guitars that are Floyd routed with a Kahler now.

The 7 string thing is indeed cool. The adapter plate things sound really fucking awesome.
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Old 2009-01-29, 03:14
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I'm looking forward to converting an HR Giger Ibanez and at least one 7 string. I'm really thinking about converting my Goth Explorer as well. I like its TOM bridge but damn I love Kahler way more.
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