#1
Is it possible to replace the bridge ?? With like, a floyd rose (is that it ?) or something like that ?
#2
if you dont mind the cost, yes you can. more routing is required for a floyd rose compared to a kahler though.
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#3
wait.. what's routing ?

I thought I could just simply unscrew and take off the fixed bridge, and just bolt on the floyd rose lol.

Is there more to it ??
#4
nah the cavity in your guitar is only sized for your current bridge. trem systems take up a lot more space. routing is basically resizing/reshaping the cavity to fit a new bridge. it's only worth doing if you really really want that specific guitar to have a trem system in it. most of the time it's a better idea just to get another guitar with a trem in it, stock.l

homeboy is right about kahlers taking up less than floyds. thank god kahler is back in business.
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#5
I would save up for a better guitar. I have the RG321 and Im saving up for a guitar partly because of the thin neck which I now dislike and my change in music style, thought I would play metal but Im now playing classic rock, blues, and hard rock...
I think for the cost its not worth it.

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