I mean the only reason I wanted one was for the sustainer and the nice green color but $800, I bought the Ibanez genesis insteadNeither did I but the EMG's in the Schecter have changed my mind.
They are horrible through a clean amp - but when you hit the drive / distortion they are magnificent.
So definitely a one trick pickup and best suited to the heavy stuff more so than clean.
I don't know what a trem stabilizer is. But there is no device that makes a guitar string impervious to aging, stretching, strain, use, overuse, abuse, elements, the laws of physics, etc.Their techs do it of course, but Vai has a trem stabilizer in all his touring guitars.
I don't know if Satriani has them, but I wouldn't be surprised
Maybe guitar just isn't your thing. Not everyone can handle it. Quitting is OK, too. It's not like the world needs another guitar player.
Your comment immediately made me think of this Tombstone movie quote (Ba-Ha-Ha-Ha!)
"Why Ike whatever do you mean? Maybe poker's just not your game. I know, let's have a spelling contest!".
The Hipshot Tremsetter greatly improves guitar performance by stabilizing your tremolo. It automatically returns your full-floating tremolo to its exact "zero" neutral position, eliminating flutter and sag, so your guitar remains in tune.I don't know what a trem stabilizer is. But there is no device that makes a guitar string impervious to aging, stretching, strain, use, overuse, abuse, elements, the laws of physics, etc.
Guitar strings go out of tune.
Holy smokes!! Is that list real? Have those people really posted that many time in a year? I’ve been on here 13 years and haven’t reached 1000 yet. My Internet cred ain’t worth anything.