#1
hey just a quick question... i dont know very much about this stuff, but i was wondering can you install a floyd rose tremolo guitar bridge into a regular guitar that doesnt have one? because the guitar i want doesnt have a whammy bar and i was just wondering if that can be done
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#2
Yes, but it costs around $300 altogether. When added to the price of the guitar, you're better off just getting another guitar.
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#5
the installation costs and floyd rose bridge costs would be more expensive than purchasing a guitar with a floyd already fitted, so i would reccomend you buy a guitar with a floyd already fitted, he cheapest guitar with a decent trem would be th eibanez s470 which is around £330
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#6
thats kool but i dont really want a bluesy guitar or anything.... im just lookin for a metal guitar with a whammy bar but im having a really hard time finding one
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#7
i got a new guitar when i wanted something for metal i didnt want to mess up routing my old one pay someone alot to do it but most of the cheaper guiitars with floyd roses will be licensed
#8
not all liscensed FRs are bad- the ibanez ones are considered LFRs and those can be pretty good.

kahler makes flat-mount FRs, but they're pretty pricey. however, no routing required.
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