Hello, I am getting closer to purchasing a new 7 string and I am starting to consider spending more money on the solar guitar with the evertune bridge. I want to buy one with 25.5 scale, and plan to tune it to drop A. I know many people say this scale is fine for A. But generally the lowest string is a bit unstable on attack (goes sharp), and then settles to A, at least this is my experience (I understand this is to be expected). Now my question no. 1 is, does the evertune bridge counter that unstability on attack? And the second question is more open I guess (maybe also naive). I consider myself a beginner. Despite learning for quite a long time, I work a lot and have a kid, which means I am not really out of the beginner phase (though I do feel I am getting there! Slowly, but steady). For example, I do not feel I am ready to play with a band (I think - and I mean the band I would like to listen to), and I cannot learn most of the stuff I usually listen to (which is mostly tech death metal, melodic death, and other death subgeneres or whatever you call that). What I like is either to fast or just to technical (or both) I would not want to buy a guitar which gives me bad habbits or in any other way prevents me from getting a better guitar player. I understand this bridge could make things easier, and it is not really what I want. It is not the point - I like the idea of guitar staying in tune all the time though I guess what I am asking is when do you think it is ok to consider a guitar with the evertune bridge? If I get used to the evertune bridge, will I be able to play well with a regular one? I do have a second guitar with TOM, so I guess this will help, as I will surely be using her as well.