#1
I recently got a semi-hollow body guitar with a bolt-on neck. Last few days I've been entertaining the idea of getting a Bigsby installed on it. Someone did mention to me that I would want to be carefull though because the increased strain could be an issue with the bolt-on neck, possibly causing it to snap.

Anyone have an previous experience with this?
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#3
it will be fine they make tele bolt ons with bigsbys
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#4
That's total bull shit, if you want a Bigsby go for it they're very nice.
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#5
it does put more strain on the top, but is its a solid body or a semi hollow body not enough to think about, and if its a hollow body then enough to think not enough to care unless its improperly braced
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