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SlapKid's review - Duesenberg Les Trem 2

I've had it a week, installed on a brand paul vig (or yds) eruption. The tremolo costing 75 euros, and is very simple to install.

While I was there, and for the best deal possible holding, I took a tunomatic bearings and a set of Kluson Locking (40 euros each, cheap in total. Purchased direct from Rocking Teutonic north). No drilling etc, while exchange (fifteen minutes maximum).

The action of the tremolo is pretty light, feeling very ideal for meowing at Vai and chords vibrated to Setzer, top and bottom. Disagreement, which is remarkable given the simplicity of the product. Be said that with the tunomatic bearings plus mechanical lock that remains is that the saddle point teaser. Note: the angle of the strings is less mechanical saddle-broken on the vig eruption than a les paul, so hopefully more conducive to the holding of agreement.

The arm is very well made, adjustable in both length and angle (high-low), and runs just firm enough to not flipping out.

Vibrato excellent, I had a bigsby is not the same (more clumsy and less good feeling), and to put the strings on the hopper 2 is without rival.

Anyway I am super happy with the transaction! I recommend, especially if the guitar has a switch away from the mic stand (I presented on the lag roxane TREM2 on my 500 and I struggled to switcher).

From the very beautiful book, the look is also delicious, high-end.