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07-19-2005 02:41 AM
Shep
Re: ZP system?

it is a ZR..but it has the tremsetter thingo in the back of it..so it can be adjusted eazyer .i hav played one of these guitar's...there ok..
07-19-2005 12:52 AM
jem7vwh
Re: ZP system?

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Originally Posted by old_metal_head
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"The ZERO POINT system which has 2 additional ・ springs in addition to the usual spring. Former double ・ locking ・ tremolo speedy chord exchange / the tuning which work outs dimension is possible with the function which center position (ZERO POINT) it tries probably to maintain tremolo ・ unit always. You adjust spring ・ tension, turning the wheel with the finger."
Looks to me like they're trying to incorporate the concept behind the Tremsetter in the ZeroRocker bridge.
07-19-2005 12:16 AM
LonePhantom
Re: ZP system?

It's the back of an S series Ibanez with the ZR tremelo I would guess from the url of the picture
07-18-2005 11:27 PM
old_metal_head
ZP system?

What is this?



"The ZERO POINT system which has 2 additional ・ springs in addition to the usual spring. Former double ・ locking ・ tremolo speedy chord exchange / the tuning which work outs dimension is possible with the function which center position (ZERO POINT) it tries probably to maintain tremolo ・ unit always. You adjust spring ・ tension, turning the wheel with the finger."

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