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Thread: Tremolo-no.. Yes???

  1. #1
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    May 2012

    Tremolo-no.. Yes???

    Hi Folks

    I'm new to the PRS world and of course this forum. After 28 or so years of playing I've finally gotten my hands on a Custom 24 - pattern regular ... Wow what a great instrument. I believe the hype - it just feels "right". I've had/have a lot of great guitars but this one just feels like a "grown up" instrument. Luv it...

    One of my questions (I'll start another thread for the other topic) is... I like to occasionally detune the E (to D) or the A (to G) while playing... Of course the problem here is with a floating bridge (and I'd like to keep it floating) tuning problems arise. With my Floyd based guitars I use two D-Tuna's (one acts as a G-Tuna). And on a strat I'm using a Tremol-no ( and that works great!

    1) I'm wondering if anyone's used one on their PRS and if so how has it worked out?

    2) Where can I go to get a custom backplate for the trem cavity that would have a space cut out for the Tremol-no?

  2. #2
    Junior Member
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    Apr 2012

    Re: Tremolo-no.. Yes???

    I have a Tremel-no in my 2011 Studio and I really like it. It is very stable, I don't even know it's there. I rarely adjust it so I have no need for access to the knobs.

    If I did, I would order a replacement plate from PRS and make my own. An opening of 1in X 2in would allow access. Cut a starter hole and enlarge it with an Ex-acto knife.
    2011 PRS Studio 10 Top
    2008 PRS SC245 5708 10 Top
    Two Warmoth/Fender Teles
    Martin 000C-15E
    Fender Mustang III

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    May 2012
    Fallston, Maryland

    Re: Tremolo-no.. Yes???


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