#2
depends on what floyd u get i guess but probably a lot considering the original floyd rose sells for around $170 or more by itself then for all the work the guy has to do like rerouting the body taking off the finish near your bridge putting a new finish on etc
#3
Around 150 for a guitar tech, locally. I beleave floyd rose will do it for you if you send them your guitar.
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#4
Like 250-350 depending on which model you buy and who installs it
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$250 for an amp? wow. is it worth it to invest that much in the amp?

#5
i just called guitar center and they said 250 in labor and 100 for the part. Not happening. But thanks
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#6
too much.
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too much.



yeah, and it will kill the resale value.

You can find a used floyd strat for around $600 if you look around enough
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yeah, and it will kill the resale value.

You can find a used floyd strat for around $600 if you look around enough


I think im going to go with an ibanez or a jackson for my next guitar so they mostly have 'em...
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#9
^ yeah, that's probably a better plan. when you consider that a decent floyd is about $200, and routing will likely cost you something similar, best bet is to just buy something like an ibanez s470/rg1570, washburn x40pro, or jackson pro series. Which won't be too much more, and will have the added bonus of allowing you to have two guitars.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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