#2
its not a direct replacement, it may take some sanding or some new hole making. w/e man if you wanna do it, do it. i wont advice against it. just think it over carefully
#3
Quote by James_Het_Rules
Why would you even mess with your ESP dude... ESP's own


Because its Licensed and it has some mileage on it...

The guitar owns the cheap tremolo does not... lol
#4
Quote by Ultimate_Gio92
its not a direct replacement, it may take some sanding or some new hole making. w/e man if you wanna do it, do it. i wont advice against it. just think it over carefully


The trem is in a RG 220 now and i didn't notice anything was done to it to make it fit.. What all needs to be done? I can see routing out the backside due to the red lockdown tabs but thats about it...
#5
Quote by IbanezPsycho
The trem is in a RG 220 now and i didn't notice anything was done to it to make it fit.. What all needs to be done? I can see routing out the backside due to the red lockdown tabs but thats about it...


like i said i cant give you too much advice. but if im correct then the ibanez trems are a tad bit bigger than licensed... but i could be wrong

try it man, all it may take is some simple routing after all.