Sheraton + Duesenberg Les Trem

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  1. Dr_Martin

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    Anybody experience with this Trem?

     
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    I installed a Les Trem II on my ES335 Pro and it's really nice. I did add a roller bridge from Philadelphia Lutherie as well, but I am not sure it had a significant impact. Tuning stability is good but not perfect - i don't imagine any trem will be.
     
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    It's ordered. I will Report back then.
     
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    I think Duesenberg trems are better than Bigsbys. They definitely are more expensive. I also have a Les Trem II on a Samick Flying V, it fits that guitar perfectly.
     
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    This Trem ist great, smooth and keeps the tuning (even with new strings), a keeper.

    And very easy to install (5 minutes).


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    wildeman Well-Known Member

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    Mine's getting a big, honkin gold B7. That does look clean on yours though.
     

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