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Stetsbar Pro II
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Stetsbar Pro II

Guitar Vibrato de la marque Stetsbar

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charlou la fouinecharlou la fouine

Really good!

Stetsbar Pro IIPublished on 05/18/13 at 04:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Vibrato Bigsby style but fits without modifying the guitar. So it's already a good start!

It'll be 2 years that I use on a Flying V 98, as it is a limited edition I did not want to distort the guitar.
I tried some vibrato (Bigsby, Fender, floyd), and this one is really surprising: ultra soft, light and perfect agreement provided to lubricate the nut a little or have mechanical locking ^ ^

What I like: the mouth of the machine, holding agreement, flexibility, ease of installation
The "-" Maybe a little pricey

I would do this choice on several of my guitars, if I had the money ^ ^
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  • Manufacturer: Stetsbar
  • Model: Pro II
  • Category: Guitar Vibratos
  • Added in our database on: 11/01/2008

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Other names: pro ii, proii, pro 2

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