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Floyd Rose Pro Series Tremolo Bridge with R2 Nut
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The Floyd Rose Pro Series Tremolo Bridge with R2 Nut is a low profile version of the Floyd Rose Original and has narrower string spacing. The Origina...Click To Read More About This Product
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A low profile version of the Floyd Rose Original.
The Floyd Rose Pro Series Tremolo Bridge with R2 Nut is a low profile version of the Floyd Rose Original and has narrower string spacing. The Original Floyd Rose Tremolo string spacing is .420 inches and the Floyd Rose Pro strings spacing is .400 inches. No copy can duplicate the double-locking design of the Floyd Rose Tremolo System that allows you to lock your guitar in tune at the nut and at the bridge. The Floyd Rose Tremolo System is engineered like no other tremolo system. Its high quality steel parts are manufactured to exacting specifications.
The Floyd Rose Pro Series is produced in Germany. The R2 Nut is designed for guitars with neck widths of 1-5/8" (41.30mm) and a 10" radius.
Lower profile and narrower string spacing than the original
Professional design and proven performance
High quality steel parts
Locking nut fits 1-5/8" necks
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Comments about Floyd Rose Pro Series Tremolo Bridge with R2 Nut:
The tremolo DOES NOT come with any installation instructions or templates to help you install it into your guitar. If you are good at measuring and doing intermediate skilled wood work you can do it yourself. You will need a drill press and a small router to complete the installation. I used the sawdust and gorilla glue to fill the old bridge post holes. I recommend that you have a professional guitar tech install the tremolo especially if it is going into an expensive guitar.
I love the low profile design. The improved string locking block holds more of the string. I haven't had a string pull out and I have been trying make it happen.