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Yes, I love the Wide Thin on my Tremonti Custom.
My preference is Elixir Nanowebs, but I like the NYXLs as well.
Yep, I've got the Grey/Black one, and it is quite a nice guitar.
I put a core nut on my Tremonti SE Custom, and it didn't look any different or leave a line.
I've been using Planet Waves Hydrate for a while now. No complaints, seems to do what it is supposed to.
Guitar World is the only one I have a subscription for. I occasionally pick up some of the more expensive ones (like Guitarist) off the rack if...
Tremonti Custom for me.
If they are new strings, then yeah, you will need to stretch them and play them until they settle in. Are you playing higher gauge strings? They...
Solid idea, thanks!
Does anyone know where I could find an ebony 3 way switch tip that would fit a PRS SE Tremonti Custom? Tone Ninja has some, but they all seem to...
The reason is that John Mayer wanted it, and it is his signature model. I doubt there is anything more complicated than that.
I'd do it, but Tremonti is my spirit animal. Best advice is to try out a guitar with Tremonti's in them and see if YOU like the sound.
I prefer Dunlop strap locks on my nice guitar, since they are easy to install and I have yet to see one fail. On my cheaper practice guitar, I...
I didn't really notice a tone difference, but it is better material. The SE nut is semi-hollow and seems to just be plastic. The core nut is...
I don't have a custom 24, but a SE Tremonti Custom. I swapped out the nut for a core one, changed to locking tuners, and changed from 9's to 10's.
I haven't played one, but it is described as being based on vintage necks. That makes me think it isn't wide, but has some thickness and heft to it.
Blackbird, Cry of Achilles, maybe Fortress for the dueling solos. I like most of their stuff, and Tremonti's solo stuff as well.
Whichever you are most comfortable with, I'd imagine. That being said, the "Wide Thin" on my Tremonti Custom is pretty nice.
I had a similar problem on my Tremonti Custom SE, but switching from the SE to a core nut sorted it out. I only use 10's though, and the core was...
I saw that in the Reverb post, but I'll make sure my shop can do it all before I order anything. Thanks for the additional info!