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  • KirKillKirKill

    Bigsby B7Published on 02/07/13 at 07:40
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    B7 This is the original vibrato and non-licensed (B70 and B700) for guitars Les Paul-type table with curved, I installed mine with the kit for Vibramate B7 avoided making holes (see above my opinion there ) for info as I did know that the process Luthier will ask € 100 for installation and adjustment ... as saying that it really is not given and the more you keep the holes Stopbar because they can not be hidden only by installing the Bigsby, after the use of the Bigsby already installing Strings , insert the end with the ball in the stem and the Bigsby much that it does not tend to the ball quickly out of the stem, although as they say in the instructions that must bend the rope this place,…
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    B7 This is the original vibrato and non-licensed (B70 and B700) for guitars Les Paul-type table with curved, I installed mine with the kit for Vibramate B7 avoided making holes (see above my opinion there ) for info as I did know that the process Luthier will ask € 100 for installation and adjustment ... as saying that it really is not given and the more you keep the holes Stopbar because they can not be hidden only by installing the Bigsby, after the use of the Bigsby already installing Strings , insert the end with the ball in the stem and the Bigsby much that it does not tend to the ball quickly out of the stem, although as they say in the instructions that must bend the rope this place, so it must be taken to keep side Bigsby and after making a hand knotted mechanics while maintaining the pressure ... a real treat
    The use in itself already is not a floyd rose tremolo or a Fender Bigsby what it is .... it is mechanical, gross, rather archaic and very limited but that's what he is asked to say anything above that is not as accurate as in others but now we are happy to have a vibrato on the Paul and gentlemen especially beyond the "what mouth ..." I get tired of watch my Les Paul, it throws serious, really no regrets on that, aside from the vibramate I find suspect ...
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