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post #61 of 1332 (permalink) Old 12-07-2007, 10:05 PM
 
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Ah yes, the future ex-Mrs. Sick-boy.
It's only fitting that we marry. I've only been in love with her for like two decades now. She'll come around.

Anywho, it'd be nice if they would continue doing new things with the RGA line.
who knows there are still 4 rgs not unvieled
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post #62 of 1332 (permalink) Old 12-07-2007, 10:31 PM
 
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Syncroni ZR


ZR II


Edge-Zero (!!!)



So I take it the Edge-Zero was the new trem that got so much talk? Looks like they're all screw-in arms though.
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who knows there are still 4 rgs not unvieled
I;m chomping at the bit, buddy.
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Not to get off topic, but what exactly is a "Synchronized Trem"?
Because that ZR looks sweet
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Goodbye PRS...
Hello two new 24 fret S models
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Mmmm that wasn't the trem I was talking about...looks like it will be 2009, unless it's on the Jem's, but I think Rich said the Sigs have Edge Pros?
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What trem were you talking about? Any info?


But, on another note - although the drop/push in arms are easier and look better, the screw in arms are better as far as function is concerned... they make flutters twice as responsive since you're moving the whole trem with very little if any interference from sloppiness... although someone said that using tefflon tape will improve the push in arms' stability, I think.
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Not to get off topic, but what exactly is a "Synchronized Trem"?
Because that ZR looks sweet
I think it's just a fancy name for a regular Strat style trem.
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Mmmm that wasn't the trem I was talking about...looks like it will be 2009, unless it's on the Jem's, but I think Rich said the Sigs have Edge Pros?
What was the trem you were talking about? Also, it looks as though the Edge Pro might be completely dropped in Prestige RGs for the Edge Zero.
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What trem were you talking about? Any info?


But, on another note - although the drop/push in arms are easier and look better, the screw in arms are better as far as function is concerned... they make flutters twice as responsive since you're moving the whole trem with very little if any interference from sloppiness... although someone said that using tefflon tape will improve the push in arms' stability, I think.
The Schaller on my Caparison flutters like crazy.
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Looks like some kind of D-Tuna thing like on the Wolfgangs. It's about time because that's cool.
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Yeah the synchroniZR or whatever looks damn sweet. The guitars they're on seem to have some funky pickup switching though. Boo-urns, but I'd still like one.
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Sorry to say that, this swirl looks to be hand painted and not actually 'swirled and or dipped', imho.
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Looks like some kind of D-Tuna thing like on the Wolfgangs. It's about time because that's cool.

I believe it is just the included intonation tool that bolts on the bridge. Could someone clarify this?
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The Schaller on my Caparison flutters like crazy.
+1 Those Schallers are nice trems, I have one on my old Jackson.
Threaded bars can swing free, be locked in position, or be slightly snug.
Whats with that bolt on the other side of the trem body, maybe for the lefties?

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