I really like the design of the WD Music Trem Stabilizer. It's easy to install, no modifications or drilling necessary, it's cheap and it works. If you're really interested I think I have a spare I can send you as a loaner.
Although I must caveat that by saying I've never found a stabilizer to be necessary if you have your trem setup correctly. The exception would be if you're playing onstage with no backup guitar and want to make sure all the other strings stay in tune if one breaks.
Post by nickwellings on Mar 23, 2010 10:51:14 GMT -5
I was speaking with a guy about Kahlers yesterday, about how the Pro series, ferinstance are so tweakable. You can adjust string spacing, action on individual saddles, trem bar tension etc. Can you do that on a Floyd? No.
Him: "yeah, but tuning stability isn't that great on Kahlers."
Don't get me wrong, Floyds are simple things and do the job ok, but Kahlers are amazing too!
It's a shame the autolatch unit isn't made anymore, AFAICS.
Bo - the solution to playing in different keys isn't being able to re-tune ONE guitar, it's owning MANY guitars!
P.S. Some Guys seem to think it's like that with women as well, but I've always found one woman at a time is more than enough to handle. ;D
Thus the 9 HMs (formerly 11) I currently own, not to mention the extra HM neck, HMT Tele, PRS SC, and so on. They are tuned anywhere from drop B to drop D. I break a string on one, I put it down and grab the next one with the same tuning. Voila! No more tears.