Members Count Dissident Posted February 2, 2010 Members Share Posted February 2, 2010 Would the D-Tuna/Tremol-no combo on an OFR be as solid and versatile as it sounds like it could be? I would like to be able to drop-D tune an OFR on the fly and the seems like a possible solution. If the Temol-no was set to "dive only" and tuned to drop D,would the guitar return closely to standard tuning in "floating mode" easily? For live use,it would be nice to be able to set the trem to dive or hardtail mode when floating mode is not needed to add stability in the case of a string break. Also,I have read that bar flutters are impossible with the Tremol-no...does this include when it is in "floating mode?" Lastly,would the TransTrem with Dtuna combo be a more solid choice for versatility? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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