Tremconverter...

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Riscchip, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. Riscchip

    Riscchip Supporting Member

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    I'm curious about these turbo-whammy thingys.... but want to let somebody else be the guinea pig. :D

    Come on men, step up to the plate, buy one of each, install 'em, try 'em on a few gigs, and do tell all!
     
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    Dunno about that second one... tremel-no? yes it is licensed to allparts, but it seems a tad wierd,

    although i usually just don't use a trem....:)

    Dave Mc
     
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    The tremconverter can be had as an add-on to Nik Huber's guitars.
    Those who've tried it are quite happy AFAIK.

    JJ
     
  6. Riscchip

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    Is there any functional difference between the two? I see they are different mechanically, but it looks like they have the same features.
     
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    Nice, informative chart Kevan.

    I've searched for a long time, both before and after I heard about the Tremol-No device.
    I couldn't find anything quite like it out there on the market.
    Can't wait for the release! :dude
     
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    Hi,
    I am one of the testers for the Tremol-No.
    I have not tried or even seen the other 2 as of yet, but I can say the T-No works flawlessly.

    I am able to go from full floating to locked mode in 2 seconds.
    This makes it a great tool for live as well as studio use.

    Harry Jacobson
    www.harryj.net
     
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    Well, if all that's true, I guess the "no drilling routing" required for the tremel-no makes it the one to go with in my book. Thanks for that info.
     
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    How can I get a Tremol-no? Can't seem to find one...
     
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    I see a lot of companies all of a sudden coming out with similar things. I wonder if some patent on locked trems expired. ?

    Looks like a cool idea. I want to try one.
     

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