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Thread: Electric Bridges - What's Your Ratio??

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    Junior Member Windymiller's Avatar
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    Not counting my bass

    Floyd = 20%
    Standard trem = 60%
    Hard tail = 20%

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    100% fixed.

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    PRSs: 2 PRS trems (one being the older one piece bridge, the other having graphtech piezo)
    Ibanez 6 strings: 2 Original EDGE Floyd Trems
    Ibanez 7 strings: 2 Lo-Pro EDGE Floyd Trems
    Fender: 1 Kahler 2500 traditional Locking Trem
    Trying to remember, I don't think I ever had a stoptail (bass not included)....
    1992 PRS Cu24 Tortoise Shell, "10",Birds, Reg Neck
    2005 PRS 513 Brazilian Rosewood Orange

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    Standard trem - 50%
    Hardtail - 50%

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    100% FIXED !!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2:1 fixed.

    Not planned. Just the way it went.

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    Senior Member Rango's Avatar
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    Only one little Strat with a trem... All the rest are FIXED since I got rid of my EVH.

    I could see adding something with a Trem back at some point

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    Is being 100% fixed the same as being neutered?

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    40% Fixed
    20% Standard Trem
    40% Floyd

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    All but one of my electrics have a tremolo system of some sort. Usually the PRS trems.

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    Name Manglin' Putz alantig's Avatar
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    Leaving basses out...

    Overall - 40% stoptail, 60% trem (never a Floyd in the bunch).
    Non-PRS - 50/50 split.
    PRS - 2-1 ratio in favor of trem.

    Of the stoptails, it's an even split between PRS and non. Of the trems, it's the same 2-1 in favor of PRS.
    Alan

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    fixed-57% std trem-29% floyd-14% back in the day I would insist on a floyd. I got fed up restringing them so I went with fixed bridge. My cu22 fixed bridge had phase 2 locking tuners and they are awesome. Got me thinking a trem with locking tuners would be good, thats where my cu24 trem came in. Once again, I cant put it down.

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    All guitars:
    Hard: 6 = 40%
    Standard Trem: 7 = 47%
    Floyd types: 2 = 13%

    Just PRS:
    Hard: 4 = 36%
    Trem: 7 = 64%
    (DC 245 Ted / DGT / 513 / Santana / McShootout / Cu22 Rosewood / SAS / Cu22 Semi hollow / Sig LTD / Mira korina / HBII / SE Angelus Custom) >> {C, H, Dallas, Original Sewell}

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