Re: rg moneypit
I think it's hard to say. Not all trems are created equal in quality, but any decent trem should stay in tune. You could try a couple of setup ideas. Make sure the locking nut is tight (but don't overtighten) and by that I don't just refer to the blocks for the individual strings but where it is also tightened with those 2 bolts through the maple side of the neck. Same for your neck joint, make sure it is tightened enough and seated properly. Have you ever removed the neck? And for the most obvious one, make sure the tremolo is "set at zero", and if need be experiment with different springs, amount of springs, and placement of them in the tremolo cavity. Anyways, just saying a proper setup could help without the need of introducing a new trem.
Last edited by Stygian; 09-16-2008 at 02:42 AM.