Discussion in 'Non-Fender S-Type Guitar Forum' started by Class A Knob, Jul 16, 2019. Normally, one would put the Tremsetter in the middle like so It is also very hard to dial the zero point. It had a variety of hooks and springs and whatnot. The only Hipshot products I have really used are the Tremsetter for 2 point floating bridges and they used to make a trem cavity filler to make a hardtail out of a trem equipped guitar. i know that my tremolo is back to its original position. Hipshot Tremsetter. You have to resolder stuff, and you also have to awkwardly drill a hole in the hanger-end of the cavity. The Tremsetter virtually eliminates all my flutter! You have to remove all of the springs and hanger screws to put the new mini-hangers on. we brought our tremolo up to pitch by tightening our claws. Installing the Hipshot Products Tremsetter, Collaborate with others to annotate & explain the things you love. Well, er... it was all you could get, so you kept your mouth shut. Product Details. The Tremsetter also requires the most-involved installation; you actually have to drill a hole in the hanger-end of the cavity toward the neck to make room for the brass rod that runs the length of the device. so i know the tremolo's back in its original, It's important to noted to tremolo is hanging free, I'm taking my tremolo arm just inserting it into a string hole of the, sustained block and pushing down to raise my tremolo to full string raise position, or pulling the strings up as high as they'll go. Awesome hardware. The basic concept is that after whammy use, the trem-setter puts the trem back, exactly at its initial point. If you break a string with the Hipshot, the bridge will stll pull the others sharp. original claw with the Hipshot single claws. from the front of edge of the sustain block. So all my string energy is coming out my amplifier not being absorbed by my, is that the fulcrum style tremolo doesn't come back to tune so i'm a plug in my little, the Hipshot Tremsetter insures that the tremolo comes back to its exact original. Strat-Talk.com is an independent, member supported forum and is not affiliated with Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. I'm ripping it out and replacing it with a Goeldo BackBox. I also have a Hipshot bridge on my Epi Jack Casady. Either it wouldn't always return to pitch after using the tremolo or minor tuning adjustments (or bends) would cause pitch changes in other strings. It had a variety of hooks and springs and whatnot. Nowadays, however, there are devices that make this look like a rough draft. Looks like a pretty sturdy bridge. with ground looks cray cray. It consistently brings the bridge back to center 100% of the time when you use the trem. I'm waiting on a body being built from Rosser-Guitars and I'm using a Hipshot hard tail. You can upload anything that interests you, Enhance your text with annotations & notes, Improve any text by working together with other annotators. if you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact us and hip. This means that you have to unsolder the grounding wire from the stock hanger and solder it to one of the new ones. Fit like a glove and was a perfect, drop-in replacement. ... it was a marvel. This is where, i'm going to drill my three sixteenths clearance holes, get them drill motor lower to the face of the guitar, and to make sure I drill a nice straight clearance hole, I like to use a little card or something to protect the face of the instrument, I drilled this clearance about a half to three-quarters of an inch deep. Cost: You can get them for about $38 new.... on eBay for about $30. Fender Hipshot Trem Setter Kit ... Give your Stratocaster® tremolo added stability with the Hipshot™ Tremsetter. You don't want to do that, make sure that the hinge clip is straight, mark right in the middle of the back hole. okay, the tremsetter's in place I insert my three three seconds allah wrench into my, now I'm pushing the brass collar up against the end of the threaded tube, snug it up but don't over-tighten because you don't want to damage the pull rod, we got the guitar in tune with the tremolo in it's exact original position, then we loosened the outer two wood screw slightly that brought the tremolo, tightened it when we pulled the picked out we turn the tremolo back to its, when the tremolo is a neutral position your hands off the tremolo. The only problem with this tremolo stabilizer is that it creates a lot of noise because the tremolo stabilizer is connected all the time to the tone block. Installation is tricky, but if you take your time and follow the … To make sure I don't need to, I haven't changed the gauge or brand of strings (so that the tension on the tremolo never changes). It's made even tougher by the fact that you can't get the drill perfectly flat since you're drilling a hole down in the recessed cavity. [<- Prev (Main)]    [Next (Ibanez BackStop) ->].


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