#1
Hey I'm thinking of modifying my Epi SG a bit.... I was thinking of putting a maestro tremolo on it. The SG I wanna work on is a 61' Reissue with a Cherry Finish. If i did put the tremolo on it, it look a little like Angus Youngs guitar. So should I do it or not? And what would possibly be the price range of all this???
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#2
i pretty much asked the same thing, never got a reply ahha.
good luck with that, for serious.
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#3
Sounds like a pretty cool idea. I'm guessing it's a G-400?

Just know that if you make it look like Angus's guitar... you better be able to rock it like him
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#4
SGs are too thin for tremolos, put a bigsby or a stetsbar... bigsby will look more like angus young's


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#5
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SGs are too thin for tremolos, put a bigsby or a stetsbar... bigsby will look more like angus young's


Actually, Angus uses a Maestro Vibrato type tremelo on his signature and a couple of his older guitars, not a Bigsby (at least I don't think he did...)
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