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Re: OT steinberger guitar question

The master tune thing seems to work the same on both, I've only played a TT
once and don't really remember the mechanism too well but back in the day I
owned a Hohner Steiny licensed guitar with, I guess, the same trem as the
This had the master tune knob, it's a great feature, I wish all trems had
something similar.

Martin Shellard 

> From: Hedewa7@aol.com

>> It is a master tuner
> on the transtrem, fer sure;
> on the *other* steinie bridges, me no know.....
>> (I think adjusts the spring tension
> no, not spring tension.....
>> for overall tuning,
>> it's used to align the bridge with the locking mechanism so you can
>> lock/unlock without affecting the tuning.
> TT=yup.
>> It also means you can lock the
>> bridge, change the tuning (say drop D) then unlock the bridge and adjust
>> using the master tune so you can use the trem.
> TT=yup!
> best,
> dt / s-c