EART GUITARS

Started by BROCKSTAR, November 11, 2023, 10:22:59 AM

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BROCKSTAR

Been thinking of getting one of them EART headless guitars and slapping my gk-5 on it.

However I don't know if it'll fit or what it'll look like? Anyone have one with a gk pickup on it?

Brak(E)man

I have a fretless with the same tuner bridge and if it wasn't a fretless I could not use it. Impossible to tune up/ adjust tuning fast in the moment/live. Just saying.
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arkieboy

That's an interesting observation - I have looked at those bridges and thought they looked like a good engineering solution, but if they don't tune fast enough, then they would be useless live.
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Brak(E)man

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Unless I got the guitars wrong...


If it's this one then

https://eartguitar.com/products/eart-electric-guitar-headless-gw2
You need to use a small tool that's attached to the side.
QuoteIt has a lever key for tuning attached to the bridge magnetically.
This bridge I've tried with a tremolo.
https://eartguitar.com/products/eart-electric-guitar-headless-gw2
Same story but you might be able to turn it a bit but the tuners are set too tight.


In other aspects the bridges works fine.
swimming with a hole in my body

I play Country music too, I'm just not sure which country it's from...

"The only thing worse than a guitar is a guitarist!"
- Lydia Lunch

pasha811

You just opened a new world to me... :-)
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