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gshredder2112  
17 Apr 2011 15:46 | Quote
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* whammy bar?*
MoshZilla1016  
17 Apr 2011 15:56 | Quote
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I don't know if you mean my playing or music I listen to so I'll go with both. One of my axes has a whammy but I mostly use it for detune Bigsby type stuff. In music I listen to I like it only if it's not overused. You hear some players that sound like they have no solo creativity so they hit the whammy every other measure. IMO that sux.
nullnaught  
17 Apr 2011 15:56 | Quote
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Not for me. But if it is ganna be on the guitar of my dreams which im hoping to be able to afford in 6 months or so then so be it.
gshredder2112  
17 Apr 2011 16:15 | Quote
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i like whammy bars,for dimebag squeals and uber divebombs once in awhle.
floyd rose and all locking help keep your guitar in tune.
Domigan_Lefty  
17 Apr 2011 16:20 | Quote
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Floyd Rose Double Locking.
Or Strat style (if I have my whammy pedal with me)

I mainly use a hard tail right now, [because my lock nut on my ibanez isn't staying in place (causing detuning)], and it just doesn't feel right without the whammy.
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Apr 2011 16:37 | Quote
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nothx
case211  
17 Apr 2011 19:34 | Quote
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PASS... I don't really see much point to whammy in my style--I hit the point where I was using it, just to use it. It became a paper weight soon enough...
nullnaught  
17 Apr 2011 19:53 | Quote
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My guitar had a wammy bar and i removed it years ago and lost it and im ok with that.
DarkRiff  
17 Apr 2011 21:00 | Quote
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It depends on what guitar it is.

Gibson guitars - No (Hard to keep in tune)

Ibanez and Fender - Yes (When you say "Strat" I automatically picture it with a Floyd Rose)
luthier  
17 Apr 2011 21:05 | Quote
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Typically no but for some stuff yes.


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