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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-13-2007, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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tremelo-no or not

I am purchasing a new guitar from Rich, a 2570vgd and am thinking about getting a tremelo-no installed. Anyone use one, what are your thoughts? The 2570 comes with an edge pro. I am not very good setting up a floating bridge, and my thoughts are if I get the tremelo-no, I can lock it down every time I change strings, and wont have to frig around with set up much. Again your thought would be appreciated. Yes I know I should just learn to do a proper set up, and I will over time. just wondering about experience with the tremel-no. thanks. chef21
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Re: tremelo-no or not

I have an rg2570vsl and I've been thinking about getting a tremol-no also, it would definitly make things easier and it would be cool to make it hard tail mode for some songs or dive only mode for like quick detuning. I think it would be pretty cool, I just need the money for one and I would have it
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Re: tremelo-no or not

how are the pickups on yours?
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Re: tremelo-no or not

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how are the pickups on yours?
they are pretty good, the neck pickup is pretty bassy though and compared to the evo bridge I put in a couple months ago they are a little muddy
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Re: tremelo-no or not

I have a Tremol-No in one of my RGs, and have another ready to be installed in another RG at the next setup. I fully intend on installing one in each of my trem-equipped guitars, so I think it's safe to say I like them!
Chef21, your points are valid. It will definitely help in string changes, but it probably will be worth your while learning to setup your guitar. It's the same steep learning curve for everyone, but once you know how to do it you should find it FAR easier. The T-No can only help in all areas, IMO.
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