#1
i have a les pual custom(in white with gold hardwear) with a bigsby trem
if i use the trem the guitar goes horidly out of tune

i have looked at sperzels
and grovers
#3
heard good about both, so just go with what looks the best with your guitar. also look at gear rations too, the higher the gear ratio, such as 12:1, 16:1, 18:1, and so on, the better you can tune it to the exact pitch.
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#4
FWIW, I think Schallers are easier on your fingers.
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#5
Go for Sperzals i put them on the guitar i made and im glad i did as they are really smooth and really well made.
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#6
You must be really, really using that Bigsby hard to get a Les Paul out of tune that easily. They're designed for subtle vibrato rather than whammy.
I don't think there's an awful lot of difference between the performance of Sperzels and Grovers...might really come down to looks.
#7
Sperzels, by far.
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