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Floyd Rose Expands Line of Upgradeable Parts

Floyd Rose Expands Line of Upgradeable Parts

New items include Stone Tone Rock Block, Turbo Trem Arm, Push-In Trem Arm, and more.

Wall Township, NJ (December 15, 2014) -- Floyd Rose Marketing has expanded their line of upgrades to include many new items such as the Stone Tone Rock Block, a sustain block made of granite; the Turbo Trem Arm, a superbly agile and durable tremolo arm with two convenient Allen key ends; the Push-In Tremolo Arm; and noiseless springs coated with a revolutionary polymer that eliminates that “spring ping” associated with the tremolo. All of these new upgrades are now available in addition to their already acclaimed collection of upgradable parts to personalize the millions of existing bridges on the market.

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