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05-21-2006 11:34 PM
brothersnowgone
Re: Steinberger Synapse

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Originally Posted by dragsternj
Trem is stable, very hard to get it out of tune. Whole tuning system is by far the nicest i have seen. And it locks by just pushing a lever over. Synapse as far is i know are hardtails
Better than an Edge? Even if it is I think I remember looking them up once and they weren't cheap...
05-21-2006 11:17 PM
dragsternj
Re: Steinberger Synapse

Trem is stable, very hard to get it out of tune. Whole tuning system is by far the nicest i have seen. And it locks by just pushing a lever over. Synapse as far is i know are hardtails
05-21-2006 10:52 PM
C.Thep
Re: Steinberger Synapse

thanks for the info dragstern

How's the trem?
05-21-2006 10:31 PM
dragsternj
Re: Steinberger Synapse

I finally bought onebeginning of the year, US Model, not the Synapse but the GR-4R Tried it for some weeks and the balance was just not working for me, too heavy on one side. Not that it was a bad guitar. It was comfortable, neck was chunky, made nicely. Did't care for the Pups on that one but that could have changed. I than got myseld a Spirit GT-Pro, and the quality of that one is not that good. It needs a serious fretdressing, and also the frets are to small for me. But the handling is way better and its easy to carry around, and it stands without a stand. Also here very chunky neck. If the frets would be better it would be a fun guitar.
05-21-2006 10:19 PM
C.Thep
Re: Steinberger Synapse

comments on steinbergers anyone? I was wanting to get one too.

Are they good for shredding and aggressive playing?
01-13-2006 04:13 PM
resres
Re: Steinberger Synapse

check the Steinberger World website and Yahoo group for interesting opinions.

www.steinbergerworld.com
01-08-2006 10:46 AM
dragsternj
Steinberger Synapse

Since some month now i am thinking about getting myself a steinberger synapse. I looked at the webiste and they look nice and have some real nice features. Does anyone here have one and can comment on quality and stuff??

Thanks

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