#1
Does anyone know where i might be able to purchase a short tremelo arm, like David Gilmour's, for a strat?

I've googled it and nothing came up.

I'm in the US if that helps.
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Walker Rose.
#3
I bought a tremolo from Callaham Guitar Parts that is shortened like Gilmour's. It definitely feels more comfortable, and is more of a vibrato bar.

They have a special "Gilmour size", but don't get that- their regular one is much closer to David's.
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#4
Dude, awesome, thanks!

The short one is about an inch longer than David's, and the "Gilmour Size" is only 1/4 short. Have you tried both of them?
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#5
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Dude, awesome, thanks!

The short one is about an inch longer than David's, and the "Gilmour Size" is only 1/4 short. Have you tried both of them?

I haven't tried both, however I know the guy that designed the Gilmour size one from the David Gilmour Gear Forum. He originally made a special order for one that size and Callaham ended up using those specifications for the Gilmour model. The guy ended up not liking it and switching back to a regular Callaham trem, saying that his design was harder to work with.

The short one is quite short, I think it'll suit you fine... but they're not expensive or anything so you could try both really.
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#6
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try sawing the tip of yours off?


+1 that's what he originaly did
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