Thoughts On New Guitar From Floyd Rose, With Speed Guide feature
Phil66
Jan 11 2020, 07:52 PM
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I haven't got GAS just wondering about your thoughts on this wink.gif

Can't find any prices at the moment. That raised central section looks odd.

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Phil66
Jan 12 2020, 09:36 AM
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Interview with the inventor.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DmCLWitfWx8&a...eature=youtu.be

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Todd Simpson
Jan 13 2020, 08:58 PM
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I really like how recessed the trem is in to the body. I actually try to do the same them with my locking trems. It's always a balance of getting the trem to sink low enough before it starts to fret out and then getting the right amount of neck bow. A lot of the tricks I'm able to do in my playing style are helped by using crazy low action and light gauge strings. Starting out, I just left my guitars as they came so they all had terrible high action and thick gauge strings. For some folks, this is just fine, I found it really impeded my ability to shred so it took quite a while of trial and error. Also, not diggin in to far with the pick took me a solid year to get used to. This axe is almost a "teaching tool" much like training wheels on a bike. Not saying this is bad, just handy especially for folks still struggling with stuff like going to deep on a pick strike.
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