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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by elvis, Jan 6, 2018.
Bonnie pink is bad to the bone cool
Love Tremonti's... nice guitar.
Was just rocking out on my Tremonti signature this morning and wondered what it would be like in pink...well, that answers that
Crazy cool looking...congrats!!!
Decided not to block the trem on this. I will give it a fair shot and see if I can overcome my disappointment with the PRS trem. So far, it's performed better than expected.
When I got my Tremonti a few months back, went through the exact same thing. Decided not to block it in the end and am glad I didn't. Have a lot of hardtails already and kinda defeats the purpose of this guitar IMHO.
I still need to figure out how I will get drop Db tuning without blocking
Digitech Drop Pedal
I just need to drop the low Eb to Db
Sorry Elvis, I misread your post
No worries, thanks for making a recommendation
The answer is so obvious I can't believe I have to spell it out, but it is early, so...
You know you wanna....
What a great idea - the perfect reason (excuse) for another PRS !
Beat me to it!
I was gonna suggest that @elvis just learns how to quickly re-tune - I have a colleague in the music biz, he gigs seriously regularly, and is constantly changing tuning on his guitar - now it is an acoustic, but still, he can retune from std E to DADGAD for one song, then next song to something like EBEFCF in the mere seconds of banter between songs.
Once you get a feel for your guitar, you just know how much to turn each tuner to get it from one to the next "roughly" in tune, and then do a quick fine tune.
But...another guitar does solve the problem just as easily.
The voice of experience!
I do this with hardtails, but the trem will always take longer and be less stable.
What @alantig said!
I was going to suggest what shinksma said, but as elvis said, it's a little trickier w/a trem. If it had a Floyd, the D-Tuna is a brilliant solution for this. But it doesn't.
Someone (Hipshot?) made tuning pegs that worked like the D-Tuna - don't know if those are still around or not.
Unfortunately the D-tuna only works if you block the trem so it only dives. I'll just have to see how quickly I can retune and get it to settle.