#1
Is there any possible way to put a whammy on my jaguar HH, I would really like to know.
#2
Lol Go For It, Then Tell Us How It Goes For Future Reference

Okay well I have just looked a picture of the Jaguar, and it looks like its possible, obviosuly to fit a Floyd its going to need Cutting.
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#4
It has a gibson style stopbar tailpiece? Isn't there a vibrato system which is simply installed by simply replacing the tailpiece? (bear in mind, its a vibrato, not a whammy. whammy does extreme bends whereas vibrato is subtle bends..)
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#6
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Stetsbar ftw

is that what i was thinking of? i think it was stetsbar...
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#7
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Stetsbar ftw


yeah I'm looking for something a bit more affordable
#9
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ah,I think you can get knock off stetsbars.

do you know anywhere i could order it from?
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#13
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wait, yeah, thats what i was referring to

bear in mind, it will only do subtle bends, if you push it too far it'll just go out of tune, so its not really a whammy. if you want something to do divebombs and stuff with, you'd need to do some routing on your guitar.
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...A little too proud, to be honest.