#1
Can I swap out the Jackson JT580 lfr to an OFR directly or do i have re route it for the conversion.
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#2
-wow I envy your amp-

It's almost certain that it won't fit, because a company can't directly copy the dimensions of a floyd because they're copyrighted
#3
Quote by Pintara_jackson
Can I swap out the Jackson JT580 lfr to an OFR directly or do i have re route it for the conversion.


no, an orignal floyd is not a swap for the jt580, you need an floyd rose pro
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#4
Ummmm i think it should be fine just you must have to make pivot post holes a tad bigger....... but i not to sure on that
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#5
all right so that means i'll go to my next door nieghbor to the woodwork for new guitar just put ofr i just got.
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#7
read what i said...the licensed trems that jackson uses are based on the floyd rose pro...
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#9
Quote by LP Addict
get a gotoh licensed floyd rose, its better than the OFR and fits licensed floyd rose routes, plus it has a flat knife edge on one side so it will fit almost any stud spacing.


i already have the OFR but i'm in need to replace that JT580 since i'm going through parts like crazy and it's getting really exspensive since i have direct order through fender.
ESP LTD F-414FM
ESP LTD F-415FM
ESP LTD B5-E
Ibanez SRX355
Ibanez SRA505
Ibanez BTB775PB
SWR 750X
SWR Megoliath 8x10 Cab