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  • New bridge on the market

    Looks cool. Don't know if it was posted before.

    http://www.perfecttunebridge.com/index.html
    www.georgelynch.com
    www.robbincrosby.net

  • #2
    How would bends work on that bridge, I wonder?
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    • #3
      looks strange, way too much complicated
      however it's probably gonna work

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      • #4
        $374? Not worth trying to me. Just a tad bit expensive.
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        • #5
          It looks interesting but I wonder how sustain and sound will be affected.
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          • #6
            sorry i read the first page on the link and it lost me ????

            what exactly is the thing suposed to be doing for you.???

            whats the advantage of it over others ?

            im not sure i get what its about ,,,says it maintains tension , easier to press bass strings, yet notes still bend ? do they still raise in pitch when you bend them ????

            edit note - if the makers were smart theyd put up a video describing what exactly the thing is supposed to be doing... they have some video but none that discribe the thing

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            • #7
              Wait, so if I understand this right, you could not do bends with this bridge?

              That seem s stupid.....oke:
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              • #8
                I'd like to try one out, but too pricey for me.
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                • #9
                  unless a major company picks them up for OEM hardware, i doubt this will catch on (or even do very well).
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                  • #10
                    Wait, so if I understand this right, you could not do bends with this bridge?

                    That seem s stupid.....oke:


                    yeah thats the way i read it too,,,i must be reading it wrong, thats why id like a better explanation what the thing is supposed to do

                    installation video
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                    tunning and set up video
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                    Link to page with player videos

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                    • #11
                      $374? Not worth trying to me. Just a tad bit expensive.


                      does anyone remember how much the original floyd rose bridges were selling for when they first hit the market back in the day ???

                      im just saying that if it works better than the floyd locking system does then the price maybe reasonable or comparable to what floyd sold for when they first hit the market.

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                      • #12
                        It looks akward, even for the guy doing the demo, to play. It would not be good for me based on that video. I think I like the bar if I am going to use a trem.
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                        • #13
                          I think I once saw the prototype of the thing.

                          The unique feature is a separate "tremolo" arm to each string.

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                          • #14
                            *cough*bollocks*cough*
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                            • #15
                              Wait, so if I understand this right, you could not do bends with this bridge?

                              That seem s stupid.....oke:



                              Yea because in theory a bend is playing out of tune. I also kind of wonder if those shock absorbers would mess with the vibrations getting to the guitar body and kill sustain.
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