#1
is it possible to put a tremolo bar on my guitar, here is what it looks like...


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#2
thats a nasty buisness there, as it takes a lot of body routing. i asked a luthier how much it would cost, and he said he might not be able to do it!
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#3
yes you can do it, but do i suggest it? no. just get a guitar that already has a trem on it
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#4
thats one sick guitar. if you want to add a whammy, your going to have to change your bridge.
#5
it is, but i wouldnt wanna wreck ur swirl finish. thats an awesome looking guitar, especially the inlay.
#6
no, not really.
unless you want to take a saw or something of that nature to its nice body.
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#7
lol ok, btw its almost brand new so i really dont wana mess with it......
98% of teens have been around or have had alcohol. Put this in your sig if you like bagels.


MY STUFF
-Ibanez limited edition RG electric guitar
-Digitech RP250 multi effects
-Digitech DF-7Distortion Factory
-Marshall MG100 half stack