#1
well im gettin a guitar next week that is like "string thru" forgot the technical name or wahtever, where the srings go into littleholes in the body at the end, and i was wondering, if music shops are capable of installing a floyd rose trem into the body?


Edit: Its a Washburn dime 332.
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Last edited by The_Shredder at Nov 9, 2007,
#3
what the fonze said.

after you route it for one, you can't go back to string-thru body without using fill in crap, which would be pretty useless.


just get a guitar with a wilkinson type trem (i forget what the guitar term for it is BUT I DONT ****ING CARE!!!)


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#4
Yeah...why don't you just get a guitar with a locking trem already on it and save yourself a lot of time and money.
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#6
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I hear Kahler bridges require alot less routing and are very similar to floyd roses.


they're pretty much a less routing required floyd rose.
string switching is supposedly easier as well.
#7
how much would it cost? in AUD?

for a floyd rose and what would it cost for a kahler?
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