#1
My cousin is giving me this tremolo and although i know i wont use it, i might sell it for parts or the entire thing. Only problem, i dont now what model it is. It comes stock on the older Jackson KH-502. The newer KH-502 tremolos have a long screw that passes through the tremolo, like so:

http://www.chrisguitars.com/gl-climax-plus-gold3.jpg

The one he is giving me, doesnt. It has a small screw that holds the string in and each saddle makes contact with the fine tuners.

So, anyone know what model this is? I have looked and can't find a decent picture of one.
#4
I think you're might just be a liscenced lo-pro. Sounds like what i have on my washburn.

Do the saddles look like this?



Hope i helped
#5
IIRC, Jackson used TRS trems a LOT.

It doesn't have any markings or logos on it?
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#6
Yea it looks similar to that licensed lo-pro you have Merlin. Although, the point at which the trem makes contact with the post isnt rouded to fit on the post, its straight i believe. The saddle are exactly like that though.

Im going to pick up soon so i will know in a short while.

Thanks
#7
Quote by dogismycopilot
...the point at which the trem makes contact with the post isnt rouded to fit on the post, its straight i believe...
Its a TRS, 99.9% sure
我会关闭我的耳朵,和我的心; 我会变成一个石头
"I will close my ears and my heart and I will be a stone"