A uniquely-shaped tremolo arm that enhances your playing options.

San Diego, CA (September 14, 2015) -- While there have been many changes and improvements with tremolo bridge systems over the years, the tremolo arm itself has remained largely unchanged, until now.

The patent pending Palm-O-Low is a contoured tremolo arm that rests under your hand, allowing you to add vibrato, even while you continue to strum, pluck, and finger pick. Its unique shape provides new ways of grabbing and holding it, enhancing your playing options.

$45 street

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Tremolution

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