#2
without fiitng a new bridge, not sure, there are some guitars you cand do that, look at similar guitars, maybe Ibanez that already have tremelo's
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#3
Yes, you can add a trem, I'd say, I've never done it, but I've heard of it being done. It will require some pretty extensive work such as re-routing, re wiring, it'll be kinda costly, but that is a very sweet guitar, good luck.
#4
Just buy a whammy pedal. Trying to fit a trem on a guitar thats not made to have one is a buttload of work and you'll half destroy the guitar in the process.
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#5
noone needs a trem, its probably the most overused gimmick ever, but yeah you can do it, youll need to do extensive routing though, and it will probably cost at least $500 (including the price of the trem system) to have it done.
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#8
cost you more in the long run to add a trem, than buying a guitar with a good trem already on it, not worth it.

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Just buy a whammy pedal. Trying to fit a trem on a guitar thats not made to have one is a buttload of work and you'll half destroy the guitar in the process.

whammy pedal is not really like a trem at all. The divebomb feature is laughable compared to the real thing. The only feature I really use often on the whammy pedal is the harmonizer.

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noone needs a trem, its probably the most overused gimmick ever, but yeah you can do it, youll need to do extensive routing though, and it will probably cost at least $500 (including the price of the trem system) to have it done.

meh, maybe "you" don't need a trem, but don't make the generalization for everyone. A lot of my favorite players use the trem quite a bit, and some of their material would be virtually impossible to cover without one. I didn't think I would miss having a trem, but I find myself reaching for it when I've played hardtails, even if it's just for a little vibrato on chords and whatnot.
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#9
Adding a trem usually cost about 200-500$, it depends on the guitar. I say just sell that one or save up and buy the ESP MH-400 with the tremlo. The tremelo isnt great since its a licencsed floyd rose, but you can change it into a original.
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noone needs a trem, its probably the most overused gimmick ever, but yeah you can do it, youll need to do extensive routing though, and it will probably cost at least $500 (including the price of the trem system) to have it done.


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