#1
I was just wondering, Since my guitar doesn't have a whammy bar....how can i install one?

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#2
What guitar IS it?
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#3
yeah it depends on what kind of guitar you have, and either way you're gonna have to route out the body which could be quite a nuisance
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#5
[HANDY REPOST FROM ANOTHER THREAD]

What you haven't grasped by the look of it, is that a tremolo requires a large cavity running through to the back of the guitar for the springs and the bridge block to fit into. Observe:



...so unless you feel like routing massive chunks out of your SG it ain't worth the effort!

The only practical option is a Bigsby, or possibly a Stetsbar (just google it yourself, I'm lazy) which is a special retrofit trem for hardtail bridges.
#6
Quote by kyle62
[HANDY REPOST FROM ANOTHER THREAD]

What you haven't grasped by the look of it, is that a tremolo requires a large cavity running through to the back of the guitar for the springs and the bridge block to fit into. Observe:



...so unless you feel like routing massive chunks out of your SG it ain't worth the effort!

The only practical option is a Bigsby, or possibly a Stetsbar (just google it yourself, I'm lazy) which is a special retrofit trem for hardtail bridges.

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#7
buy a whammy pedal and duct-tape it to your guitar
viola! a whammy bar
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