hipshot contour review

I couldn’t decide which company makes my favorite 6-point trem so I chose both Wilkinson and Callaham. This unit does require a bit of routing but there are many benefits to using this system as it blends the features of a hardtail bridge and a trem. The Hipshot full floating Guitar Tremolo Bridge unites state-of-the-art computer design and the highest quality materials with a patent pending super hard steel alloy bearing system. As one of the most innovative guitarmakers of our age, Ola Strandberg pushes the boundary of the instrument with each passing year. The Callaham, for example, aims at creating a faithful replica of the tremolo unit Leo Fender designed and made for the first runs of the Fender Stratocaster in the 1950s, with the bent steel saddles, steel trem block and hardened steel arm, for example. I mean come on..the Strandberg and the Callaham… Strandberg copied Atlansia’s design for tuners,and Callaham is all about appealing to vintage guitarists and nothing else. Common misconception, I had written a blog about this very thing: http://www.seymourduncan.com/blog/the-tone-garage/the-most-interesting-whammy-bars-in-the-world. What makes this bridge so extremely convenient is that it fits on the posts and in the route of the Fender 2-point trem, so you can simply pop out the old bridge and install this one in place. I can use my trem for vibrato, pitch control, upswells, light divebombing, etc., fearlessly. A steel block and steel saddles round off the package. Insures excellent return to pitch accuracy, maximum tone, sustain, and durability. Santa Barbara, California. One remark beforehand: even though we as guitarists call this device a tremolo, it’s technically a vibrato! If I were to make a faithful 50s or 60s replica,I’d go for the Callaham, but if the spec sheet asks for ‘modern appointments’ I’d go with the Wilkinson. Both versions of the Super Vee can be installed with simple tools like a screwdriver and pliers and they don’t require rerouting of the existing tremolo cavity. He decided to use needle bearings instead of the traditional fulcrum or cam for the tremolo: this gives it unparalleled smoothness. That’s where the FRX comes in hand. There are many popular variants of this type of system, including the original Floyd Rose, the Ibanez Edge and models by Gotoh and Schaller. (We did an interview with him a while back: read all about him here). The stainless steel "no wobble" vibrato arm gives you a superb feel and years of reliable, trouble free service. I have used the floyd rose system for many years till I got my first steinberger. Not because it uses such an innovative technology, not because it is such a groundbreaking trem: because it’s a non-locking 2-point fulcrum trem that fits the Floyd Rose stud-spacing! This unit uses a combination of springs and a retainer bar to keep the trem block in place, making the Trem King much less susceptible to tuning instability, when for example a string breaks or when you perform double-stops. No mention of Steinberger’s headless trems, no mention of Geoffrey McCabe’s old and recent trems , nothing about Hayashi’s Atlansia line of hardware (includes many tremolos) no mention of P.Vigier’s trems neither ( bearings) , neither of the Washburn Wonderbar and many others. A ‘real’ tremolo effect is a rhythmic variation in volume and a ‘real’ vibrato is a variation in pitch. Their second, the Bladerunner, is a non-locking version but don’t let that fool you: the Bladerunner is very stable as well! FR is not so good at tunning up. The Hipshot full floating Guitar Tremolo Bridge unites state-of-the-art computer design and the highest quality materials with a patent pending super hard steel alloy bearing system. I´d like to try a strandberg on a headless guitar, though they´re really out of reach! The TransTrem 3 on my Steinberger is the best trem system I have ever used. Does anyone make a locking tremolo that does not require cutting off the ball end? The roller bearings ensure a very smooth operation while keeping the trem perfectly stable. Would anyone know where to either find an affordable (I live in The Netherlands) Ibanez Pro Rock’r II bridge or otherwise a floating bridge which has a peg-spacing of 81-82mm?… I have the original bridge on an old Roadstar, but it has a big crack in it, so I’m afraid to use it in case Metal-fatigue sets in and it just snaps in half under string-tension. Light years better than that ridiculously overpriced Callaham gadget.

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