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WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer

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The WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer will stabilize your fulcrum or Floyd Rose tremolo system and it's easy to install. The Tremolo Stabilizer fits i...Click To Read More About This Product

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The WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer will stabilize your fulcrum or Floyd Rose tremolo system and it's easy to install. The Tremolo Stabilizer fits in the cavity of your guitar and ensures that the tremolo returns to zero whenever you release it. The TS-1 Stabilizer has a minimal effect on feel, but a maximal effect on staying in tune.


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WD MusicTS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer
 
4.0

(based on 11 reviews)

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Requires Intelligence!!

This is an awesome tool, but you gotta be careful--I ended snapping my tremolo bar in half because I was throwing it down too hard and the stabilizer took away a lot of...Read complete review

This is an awesome tool, but you gotta be careful--I ended snapping my tremolo bar in half because I was throwing it down too hard and the stabilizer took away a lot of play underneath. Chances are good that you might need to add another spring to your tremolo to ensure that doesn't happen.The stabilizer braces your tremolo against the spring board (the metal board that screws into your guitar and the springs attach to), and when the tremolo's at neutral there is pressure on the stabilizer so that when you dive bomb and come back up, the stabilizer stops it at neutral before the springs...that way it brings it right back into perfect pitch. It is really nice. It's a little harder to go positive on the tremolo, but not too hard (if it is too hard, something's wrong and you'll end up with a broken trem bar like me.)And it comes in a kickass box.Overall, a great product. Every whammy whore needs one.

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Good, but not so much...

I've bought the TS-1 to stabilize my floyd rose tremolo so I can switch the tuning from standard to drop D without blocking my tremolo.
Ok. The installation process seems to be...Read complete review

I've bought the TS-1 to stabilize my floyd rose tremolo so I can switch the tuning from standard to drop D without blocking my tremolo.
Ok. The installation process seems to be easy, but to install it perfectly you'll have some work.

Other con is that it's edges are plastic, so i'm not sure that it will last so long.

I have the TS1 in one of my guitars and the "Goeldo's Back Box" in other one.

If someone ask me to a stabilizer, i'll recomend the BackBox over any other.

The TS1 can handle the job, but it's far to be the best choice.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice Add-On

By Marcus6679

from Bridgewater, NJ

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Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

This stabilizer helps out significantly with tremolo woes. I've installed it on a Peavey V-Type, which has a Floyd Rose locking tremolo. Installation is very easy, as well as initial setup. The only thing I don't care for is the construction of it, seems a little flimsy since it's mostly plastic, aside from the threaded rod that runs through the mid-section of it. Otherwise, it's a good product.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Does as advertised

By Randy64133

from Raytown, MO

Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

I had problems with wear on my tremolo causing it to go out of tune. This has provided a positive stopping point that helps keep it in tune. Wasn't the easiest to install (has some trouble with replacing the springs) but does the job.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Work's pretty well

By IBNZRG320

from Amherst, VA

Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

I have to admit, I'm impressed at how well this thing keeps the guitar in tune even after all the pulling and diving with the bar, but you can definitely tell that it's on there. It doesn't really inhibit movement or anything, it's just you can tell something's different. The only other down-side I could find was how stinking hard it was to put on. Maybe I'm just thick in the skull, but it took me like friggin' hour to put on. If you're smarter than I am (not a stretch), it might not be too hard for you. Overall, it's an impressive little gizmo.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Simple and effective

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

This thing wasn't hard to install. I used it on a Fender Standard 2-point tremolo. You can't tell that it's on there, the trem bar still has the same feel. The guitar stays in tune much longer now, even after a lot of whammy-bar abuse.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Unbelievable!!!

By Wing It

from New Haven,CT

Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

It took me 15 minutes to install and WOW!!! I was going to get rid of this ax(BC Rich Mockingbird)....Floyd Rose problem Bye-Bye...This is a fantastic product!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It Works!

By budman

from Atlanta, Ga

Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

I was a little gun shy at first, but after installing the unit, it does exactly what it says it will do. Really helped a flaky Lo-TRSII tremolo on my Ibanez S-Series. I highly recommend it. easy to install and price isn't too bad, either.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Plastic Part Broke

By Dan the Man!

from Hawaii

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Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

installation was pretty good. it didn't need any modifications like drilling or cutting. the instructions where a little confusing but got the idea across. actual usage was bad! this part fits inside one of the tremolo springs and was sticking so it wouldn't bring it back in tune to be "stabilized". after tinkering around with it for awhile i put some light oil on it and it started working ok. but then the next day i put maybe 2 notes of positive pressure on it and about a third of the black plastic part that contacts the tremolo broke off!

 
4.0

Works as it should

By Guitartodd

from Round Rock TX

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Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

Takes a little time to install correctly and the instructions are somewhat vague regarding how to get the spring back into the guitar with the trem stablizer inside of it. It felt like I had to force it in. It's outer casing is plastic and I was concerned that I might break it. None the less, it is now installed and working how it should.

 
3.0

Good, but not so much...

By crn.guitar

from Brasília, Brazil

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Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Not Functional
  • Poor Quality

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    Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

    I've bought the TS-1 to stabilize my floyd rose tremolo so I can switch the tuning from standard to drop D without blocking my tremolo.
    Ok. The installation process seems to be easy, but to install it perfectly you'll have some work.

    Other con is that it's edges are plastic, so i'm not sure that it will last so long.

    I have the TS1 in one of my guitars and the "Goeldo's Back Box" in other one.

    If someone ask me to a stabilizer, i'll recomend the BackBox over any other.

    The TS1 can handle the job, but it's far to be the best choice.

     
    5.0

    Requires Intelligence!!

    By Gus

    from Brandon, FL

    Comments about WD Music TS-1 Tremolo Stabilizer:

    This is an awesome tool, but you gotta be careful--I ended snapping my tremolo bar in half because I was throwing it down too hard and the stabilizer took away a lot of play underneath. Chances are good that you might need to add another spring to your tremolo to ensure that doesn't happen.The stabilizer braces your tremolo against the spring board (the metal board that screws into your guitar and the springs attach to), and when the tremolo's at neutral there is pressure on the stabilizer so that when you dive bomb and come back up, the stabilizer stops it at neutral before the springs...that way it brings it right back into perfect pitch. It is really nice. It's a little harder to go positive on the tremolo, but not too hard (if it is too hard, something's wrong and you'll end up with a broken trem bar like me.)And it comes in a kickass box.Overall, a great product. Every whammy whore needs one.

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