#1
You know how they sell cheap crappy liscensed versions of the floyd rose trem.

Do they sell cheap liscensed versions of the bigsby?
I have a cheap guitar that I don't want to drop a lot of money on just to put a bigsby on it, because I don't want the trem to be worth more than the guitar.

If you know where I could get one let me know.
#3
I was looking at that one like 20 seconds ago. I'll probably end up getting it, but I really like the look of the bigsby.
#4
A cheap bigsby is going to suffer from the same issues as a cheap FR. Wont hold up to alot of use, or stay in tune well. You cant go cheap on a wammy if you want to use it.
#5
The useage doesn't really matter to me, I don't really play live. I play in a church worship band about twice a month, and it would be far easier to retune a guitar with a bigsby between songs than retuning a guitar with a liscensed floyd(I have one, I should know.)

I really just want the cheap bigsby for more of the look aspect(I love how a bigsby looks on a les paul, even if it is a cheap bolt on...)

I really don't play this guitar that much. At the moment it is the least played of the five guitars I own, I was hopeing to just try something different on it without dropping quite a few bucks on a real bigsby.
#7
just leave it hard tail.
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