#4
No. There has to be a specific brdge type that rests in a cavity on the back, where the brige can move forward and back. A fixed bridge is... well it's in the name, its fixed onto the body.
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#7
321mh has a fixed bridge if you were to put a tremolo such as a floyd rose you would have to route out would to have it floating or you could get it sitting against the body
#8
everything that doesnt have a floyd rose on it and has a fix bridge instead. It will be impossible. Well not really unless you rip the bridge out with rage and anger, and start sawing off the back to build in a floyd rose.....
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#9
No I dont think you guys are understanding. he's talking about a little "whammy" bar thing that comes with fixed (yet slightly floating) bridges. It is the same as a Floyd's tremelo arm.

Well thats what I thinks he's asking. In which case yes, he can use it on a Ibanez MH321, well most probably unless he bridge has been fixed totally to the body. Most cheap guitars without Floyds come with this.
#10
yeah i think thats what the threadstarter thought.^

he wants to know if u can add an "arm" or whammy bar, to any bridge.

and like said, when u buy the guitar, u either have a moving bridge (that uses a bar), or a fixed one (that stays still).
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#11
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No I dont think you guys are understanding. he's talking about a little "whammy" bar thing that comes with fixed (yet slightly floating) bridges. It is the same as a Floyd's tremelo arm.



Why the hell would you have an arm on a fixed bridge? It's not like you can move it anyway.
#12
yeah, and i think, elven thinks a strat trem is fixed compared to a floyd.
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#13
i wanted to know this too...is there any way to get a trem arm on a LP bridge (fixed stop bar) with out having to re route and stuff?
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#14
You could get a LesTrem.

Or... A non-recessed FR? Or am I wrong on that?

Or a Bigsby... But those can be more trouble than they're worth.