#1
would putting a bigsby on my lp be hard/ expinsice?? also, i heard about a vibramate, where i could put it on without drilling, would this be a better choice???

or should i save for a gretsch electromate duo jet solid body with bigsby??


thanks for any input.
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#2
Putting a bigsby on isnt very hard, but bigsby's themselves cost a bit
#3
I'd go for the Gretsch just because I think that would be an awesome tonal complement to the rest of your gear. As far as installing the Bigsby, it's not that hard. Look it up on Youtube and stuff. I don't think the Vibramate is worth it unless you're really retarded and can't drill a couple holes or the guitar would be devalued by doing so.
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#4
yeah, i was thinking about just gettin a gretsch, ive been wanting one, but 600 bucks.. im not sure if i wana spend that much right now, but the bigsby and the vibra mount would only be a little more than 200, but ive been also thinking about putting bursbuckers in it,

also ill want to use the vibramount because if i ever decied to take it off, i wont have to refinish the guitar or have little screw holes... ultimatly i think id go with getting the gretsch.
MIM Fender Strat
Ibanez AE series acoustic
Washburn Semi Hollow loaded with Di-Marzios
Main Street LP
Tama drum set
Marshall Blues-breaker 2
VOX V847 Wah
Fender Princeton chorus