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Duesenberg Les Trem
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Duesenberg Les Trem

Guitar Vibrato from Duesenberg .

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" simple and effective"

Duesenberg Les TremPublished on 07/08/13 at 13:52
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Vibrato system with Stop Bar, I installed a Gibson Flying V, the kit includes thread European and American, installation is super easy not need to do math sup ... we take the vibrato is screwed, joints are put, the spring is installed at the shaft as with a Bigsby, good re-booster seat is chosen and the case is moving, you die easier
There are two versions of the Trem with a round rod and the other with the flat rod as in Bigsby, I prefer the look level flat rod which is an extension of the round rod system
On the use itself, vibrato does its job, it's still soft and delicate do not need to force such a nag, I read that the person complained that the spring that makes the boot ... in......
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Vibrato system with Stop Bar, I installed a Gibson Flying V, the kit includes thread European and American, installation is super easy not need to do math sup ... we take the vibrato is screwed, joints are put, the spring is installed at the shaft as with a Bigsby, good re-booster seat is chosen and the case is moving, you die easier
There are two versions of the Trem with a round rod and the other with the flat rod as in Bigsby, I prefer the look level flat rod which is an extension of the round rod system
On the use itself, vibrato does its job, it's still soft and delicate do not need to force such a nag, I read that the person complained that the spring that makes the boot ... in my case it is fine, you just choose the right re-booster seat, the kit provided three types of height
In conclusion, it has a functional vibrato, a look that kills far, all easy to install, they are cheap these Germans I told you, the black point is that it is hard to find ... damage
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  • Manufacturer: Duesenberg
  • Model: Les Trem
  • Category: Guitar Vibratos
  • Added in our database on: 03/16/2005

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