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  1. Tech: Setup, Repairs and Mods
    Hello everyone, first post here, hope I'm not braking the rules. So I bought this thing, did my Googleing, I understand how it works and how to install it. But, my biggest concern is does it have to be exactly in the middle of the tremolo block? My tremolo has three springs and only three holes...
  2. Tech: Setup, Repairs and Mods
    Hey, folks! In my efforts to dial in and perfect my Jem DBK, I bought two Goldo Backbox's after some careful research. I recently installed them in my Jem and I'm having some issues with tuning stability and the ever elusive "return to zero." Any help or advice for honing these suckers in is...
  3. Tech: Setup, Repairs and Mods
    Hey I was looking into buying a Goldo backbox for my new RG1570. I was wondering If I install one on either the treble or bass side, will the imbalance in pressure actually cause an imbalance that will effect the knife edges? The backbox pushes against the entire metal if the trem, so will it...
  4. Tech: Setup, Repairs and Mods
    Hey guys, I had a question about the backbox, I've been thinking about buying/installing them in my guitars and I was wondering if anyone had any tips on installing the thing since I'm at a loss. Also is there any difference or advantage of the backbox to the esp arming adjuster? The arming...
  5. Tech: Setup, Repairs and Mods
    Hey guys. I want to bring your attention to the RP tremolo stabiliser. These things work in the exact same way as the ESP arming adjuster or the goldo black box but unlike these two products, the quality is insane! Solid brass and stainless steel components. Bob machines them himself by hand...
  6. Tech: Setup, Repairs and Mods
    Hi all, got the goldo backbox but the instructions are in German. Just wanna make sure that there's no tricks to installation or is it a case of just screwing it in and tightening etc to preference? Thanks :) Regards Jon
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    Sorry if I got it wrong but it says: "Verify your registration - click here then click NEW THREAD and post to continue (no replies here) New forum members must click in here and post a NEW THREAD before they post anywhere".....so here it is again...
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