#1
Technically i wont be doing it though.
I want to put a bigsby on my knockoff les paul. I dont know if it will work it isnt a curve top but a flat one. I will be getting a luthier to do it and im getting him to put in a killswith to.

Just a few questions:
How much will a bigsby cost?
How much will a set of locking tuners cost?
Is there much work ie how much for luthier?

Thanks ill get some pics soon of before its done
GEAR
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#3
A Bigsby will run you at $100-$150 depending on the model. They do have models for flat tops, so you can get one that will work. Lots of Gretsch flattops and even the occasional Tele have a Bigsby. Let me know how it turns out, I may put one on my LP.

Locking tuners are probably around $75 and I suppose a luthier would charge you at least $100 for the mods. I'm really not sure though as it's been ages since anyone else worked on my gear.
#4
ok thats way to much then i have or will have so
the reason i want this doune is my stopbar is getting pulled out by the strings
GEAR
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#5
You could do it yourself as it really isn't that hard to do if you are confident and it will save you loads of money and theres plenty of guys on here who could help you with it.
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