#1
Do they make any SG's with Floyd Roses? I would kill to have one.
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#2
yes they do. i think called like an sg-90 or sg z. something around that
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They're discontinued
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Not that I'm aware of, though I've been pondering whether to buy a Maestro tremelo off of a parts site and attach it to my SG... a floyd rose would require extensive body routing and a replacement bridge system, but practically all you have to do with a maestro is screw it on to the body.
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I've heard its very difficult to get one installed because the body is so thin. idk about the discontinued model.
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^Thats not a floyd rose, I think its a bigsby.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
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#9
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I've heard its very difficult to get one installed because the body is so thin. idk about the discontinued model.


hmm, I'm not sure about that. If ibanez can fit one on the guitar herman li uses I dont see why not an SG.

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^Thats not a floyd rose, I think its a bigsby.
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corrected it's a lyre vibrola.

EDIT| ok TS I've looked around (google ) and apparantly it's not often done because it would rob a lot of the original tone and sustain and also the headstocks on SG's are infamousely weak so fitting the locking nut could easily break the headstock.
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Esp Travis Miguel(I think) Signature has one right ?
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hmm, I'm not sure about that. If ibanez can fit one on the guitar herman li uses I dont see why not an SG.


corrected it's a lyre vibrola.

EDIT| ok TS I've looked around (google ) and apparantly it's not often done because it would rob a lot of the original tone and sustain and also the headstocks on SG's are infamousely weak so fitting the locking nut could easily break the headstock.


The trem on the Ibanez S series is a ZR, which is an Ibanez design which Gibson wouldn't be allowed to use.

The bodies of SGs are too thin. I think there were some FR SGs in the 80s or something, but they were supposedly rubbish.
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Eddie van Halen tried to do it, his SG snapped on stage back in the day. I would'nt recommend it, unless you wanna try a kahler trem, probably closest you get via the Gibson, Epiphone range. Atreyu has the yellow Signature model and yeah basically alot of great replies already G400 Extreme (gothic looking model) and discontinued models etc. SG's are NOT ugly, they are still an industry benchmark of shapes along with the Les Paul, Double Cutaway, ML, Flying V, Explorer, Strat, Super Strat etc. If you don't like em leave em, don't flame aye. We are here to help not express opinions on the guitar, read the topic. -___-''