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Old 2010-08-23, 17:16
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Good thing about 11s is they're thick enough to stand-up okay in C and light enough to work in E, so if you're not one of those Floyd fags then you have more freedom in your tunning.
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Old 2010-08-23, 21:07
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yeah, I definitely need to buy a guitar that doesn't have a floyd rose bridge locking system thing. Such a pain in the ass if you wanna change tunings! It's great to be in tune most of the time and not constantly have to check/fix it and use the whammy, but the negatives outweigh the positives IMO.
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Old 2010-08-24, 05:27
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One of the many advantages of having a 12-year-old Fender Squier is that I don't even know what the fuck a Floyd Rose looks like. In fact, I don't even know how to spell Floyd Rose! If I've spelled it correctly in this post I can assure you it was by blind chance; I just mashed the keyboard with a monkey's face when I got to the words "Floyd Rose" (I did it again!) and hoped for the best.
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