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Does the type of tremelo system matter when it comes to performance?

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nath_221  
14 Jun 2010 14:20 | Quote
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I was curious if certain types of tremelo systems perform better than others when it comes to whammying the notes. For example, if you were going to try to play some harmonic squeals, would it make a difference if one guitar had a floyd rose and the other had a different one like an Edge?
telecrater  
14 Jun 2010 15:13 | Quote
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I think it all comes to preference. Iíve owned a start with a tremolo and it was ok. Iíve never used a Floyd rose or an edge. Iíve got a bigsby on my current guitar and I really like it mostly because of the wide flat arm. It stays put and I can hit it east with my picking pinky. But they arenít for everybody.
Domigan_Lefty  
15 Jun 2010 13:16 | Quote
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Edge = Floyd Rose under Ibanez name.

The main thing to look is the strings.
EMB5490  
15 Jun 2010 14:52 | Quote
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for whammying yes, but for how you play no, it wont effect your asquelies
deadman2k666  
17 Jun 2010 20:36 | Quote
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im a bigsby man personally, all about old school
EMB5490  
17 Jun 2010 20:38 | Quote
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i have a bigsby. i like it besides that its not at all ergonomically designed. changing strings is a **.
deadman2k666  
18 Jun 2010 09:39 | Quote
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i use to find it hard, but then after a few rounds of changing strings i got the hang of it
EMB5490  
18 Jun 2010 10:55 | Quote
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yeah you get use to it but its certainly no easy task. the worst is when the ball at the end comes off the rack


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