#1
kk so i have an epiphone les paul and i want to install a tremolo system on it, not anything as fancy as a floyd rose, just something that can bend down and up. The problem is that i've heard that bigsby cant keep their tuning for ****. I want something that i wont have to retune the moment i use it. are there any alternatives taht are easy to install on a les paul thats in the same price range?
#2
i haven't tried them (i.e. they might suck) but a stetsbar is meant to be an easy fit, if nothing else. though they're expensive.
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#3
the stetsbar is expensive yes. but no mods to the guitar. so if you don't like it you can take it off which is nice!!!!!!!!!!
#4
Les trem is close to a bigsby it wont do big bends drops in place of the stopbar. Stewmac has em alot less than a stetsbar. Dont know how well they work as they dont make em lefthanded.