The expansion includes four different versions in various tension strengths and colors.

Washington Crossing, PA (August 1, 2016) --, the original tremolo upgrade company, has expanded their Noiseless Spring offering to include four different versions in various tension strengths and colors. Noiseless Tremolo Springs eliminate unwanted rattle, vibration, and noise that come from standard tremolo springs. Varied tensions allow the player to create his desired performance and feel. Noiseless Springs are polymer coated and have a foam core, which eliminate unwanted noise in your guitars signal. Different overall tension options, indicated by color, give the end user an unlimited selection of options to properly support any string gauge, scale length or tuning! Perfect for any brand (locking or non-locking) guitar tremolo.

MSRP: $14.95 per set of 3

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