#3
For best performance, less string breakage, better tuning and intonation stability, I'd install a Schaller, etc, roller bridge replacing the stock TOM one. Maybe locking tuners too, depending on how much whammy abuse you're planning.
Last edited by Guitbuilder at May 18, 2010,
#4
If you were to use a B5 that would mean you could also use a Vibramate which a sort of bracket that lets you avoid drilling any holes in your guitar. Also means you can go back to a hardtail easily, though you wouldnt have the tailpiece of the b3.
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