#2
its not very common because a strat has no neck angle which a guitar with a stopbar needs, to be able to have a playable string height.

lp's have a neck angle which means they can use a stop bar.
#3
i wouldn't buy that
doesn't look good and according to touch of autumn (by the way, nice name) it probably wont play right
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#4
Ive seen some I think they were jacksons in a store. If the TOM bridge has a recess under the bridge it will work on a guitar with no neck angle. But doesnt work so well this way with a stop bar. They usually come with string thru. If not you can try warmoth they will make a body that way.