The Tremol-No is a patented device that is added to an electric guitar equipped with a tremolo/vibrato unit. It allows guitarists to turn their tremolo unit "on" (so they can raise or lower the pitch of the note with the tremolo unit) or "off" (where the tremolo unit doesn't move at all; no lowering or raising of the note pitch via the tremolo system).
Be sure to check out Premier Guitar Magazine's review for more information.
Allparts is the exclusive distributor or Tremol-No products. Find out which Tremol-No product is right for you by referencing the chart below.
1. Though both types of Tremol-No® may
be used, the Pin-type is suggested.
2. Though both types of Tremol-No® may be used, the Clamp-type is
3. On certain Ibanez® Edge™, LoPro™,
EdgePro™ and Double Edge™ systems, the
#4 spring hole in the tremolo block is drilled and tapped. While the
Pin-type *can* work without issue, we recommend the Clamp-type (Small).
4. Some PRS® guitars are able to use
the Pin-type. If you have standard sized holes for the tremolo springs
(1.5mm) in your PRS tremolo block, you are able to use the Pin-type.
On PRS® tremolos with the small spring holes (1.0mm), the Clamp-type
(Large) is recommended.
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