Hello guys, how are you on these loveliest of days? Here's the issue. I've been looking for a new bridge that has a vibrato arm/whammy bar for my guitar, but I don't know where to start, seeing as I'm not that guitar saavy. The guitar I currently have is a G&L Fallout Tribute Series with single coil neck pickup and humbucker bridge pickup. The bridge, which I want to replace, is a Saddle Lock ASAT Bridge (I think, don't quote me. I'll post pictures). It's not that the bridge I currently have is bad, it's great in fact; never had any problems with it. But that's the problem. I don't know if I should replace such a reliable bridge for a bridge with a whammy bar on it, at the cost of it downgrading the overall sound quality of my guitar. I've heard Kahler bridges were really nice, but I don't know if it'll blend nicely with the type of guitar I have.

Any other suggestions are appreciated.

PS: I tune my guitar quite frequently (Standard, Half step, C standard, etc.) I don't know if this really matters, but I read somewhere that if I tune it to different settings frequently, then I should go for something that has a fixed lock so I won't have to screw and unscrew the damn thing all the time.

Pictures of guitar

1. http://i62.tinypic.com/2mm6cf9.jpg
2. http://i59.tinypic.com/10dwg36.jpg
3. http://i62.tinypic.com/vid85w.jpg (I don't know if the angle helps at, but whatever)

Picture of amp (If it matters at all. I 100% doubt it does, but better safe than sorry)

I posted the same question on Yahoo Answers, but Yahoo Answers being Yahoo Answers, I doubt I'm going to get nothing but dick jokes and sarcasm.
I've heard nothing but good things about Kahler trems, go for it.

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A Floyd would require a lot of work like routing and stuff like that. If you really want to upgrade to a trem system, Bigsby would be a good choice. Installation would be far easier than a Floyd. I can't speak for Kahler because I haven't used any of their stuff, but I have heard great things about their products.