The Dynaguide helps solve detuning problems and features a self-aligning string angle.

Ouderkerk aan den IJssel, NL (October 7, 2014) -- Dynaguide has released a first in a different approach to a string tree/guide, particularly for whammy bar users of stratocaster type guitars.

Instead of fighting friction between string and string guide (or roller and roller axel) it uses that friction to let the square ring swivel in the base, near to the headstock.

Features:

  • No detuning problems
  • Non-destructive application (important for vintage guitars)
  • Self-aligning string angle
  • Plastic injection molding process for long life and good looks
  • Availlable in black and off white for matching your pickups and/or knobs

Designed and manufactured in the Netherlands, the Dynaguide is sold direct visiting for 7.50 Euro (approx $9.49 USD)

Watch the company's video demo:

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Dynaguide

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