#1
Hey, just wondering if anyone has experience with this.

I just bought a Peavey Raptor EXP used off craigslist, and it didn't come with the tremolo arm. If I ever do want to get one will a Fender brand arm work? Those are the only ones L&M has in my area.
#2
Even within brands, different models and years use differently threaded bars. That Fender one won't even fit every Fender on the wall in that shop, to say nothing of a Peavey instrument.

So, the answer is "probably not" although it's not impossible. If you're able to try a few bars, do that. Otherwise, you might have to do some digging to try to figure out what threading you need, or just order a few off guitarfetish and hope one works.
#3
You could try emailing peavey with the serial number and ask for specs on the threading.

Or call peavey and ask if they could send you a replacement.
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Even within brands, different models and years use differently threaded bars. That Fender one won't even fit every Fender on the wall in that shop, to say nothing of a Peavey instrument.

So, the answer is "probably not" although it's not impossible. If you're able to try a few bars, do that. Otherwise, you might have to do some digging to try to figure out what threading you need, or just order a few off guitarfetish and hope one works.


This is good to know, thank you. I'll see what I can find online about sizing for this guitar.


Quote by trashedlostfdup
You could try emailing peavey with the serial number and ask for specs on the threading.

Or call peavey and ask if they could send you a replacement.


I can't see a serial number anywhere.. Its not on the headstock anywhere or on the back of the guitar body.
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