Originally Posted by: JeffS65I always had good luck with D'Addario XL .09's on my Floyd guitars. Hopefully that will keep you balanced and in tune.
Well I can now tune it really good and with a lot more ease but it still goes out of tune after using the tremolo bar and then have to hit it again for it to snap back. I'll probably have my fun with the bar and then end up blocking it with a wood piece later on down the road.
The thing with this guitar is you cannot find something that's really similar. I love not having a tone knob. It's really really easy to roll off some of the highs with a volume knob. The positioning of it is so perfect and completely out of your way no matter how or where you want to strum. The set thru neck that's been shaved down a lot is THE most comfortable thing i have ever put my hands on. Pickups are brilliant. Aesthetics are one of a kind. You can get an ibanez with the same pattern/color but it's not bare wood. I don't care for laminated guitars for the most part. And now that I have it all dialed in right it's so damn easy to play. I think im gonna keep it :)