RetrozebraParticipant10/20/2016 at 10:08 PMPost count: 1
I have a natural finish epiphone dot that has be rewired and loaded with a Seymour Duncan phat cat in the neck and a zebra pearly gates in the bridge and I’ve been looking to add a bigsby system to make her perfect.pagingsmittyParticipant10/24/2016 at 9:05 PMPost count: 1
This one is begging for a Towner Bigsby system. Early Collings i35LC. Bigsby is all it’s missing.
RickyRodamParticipant10/25/2016 at 3:38 AMPost count: 1DidierParticipant10/25/2016 at 9:51 AMPost count: 1
My Gibson 345 on which I’d like to install a Towner tension bar + Bigsby B3JoeyfrydrychParticipant10/26/2016 at 4:10 AMPost count: 1
^^ Isn’t my picture of my exact guitar, but that’s the same model. It traded for it, and it’s a project. It’s a early-mid 70’s Granada ES-330 (?) copy. It doesn’t have the pickups and the action is way too high. Also doesn’t have the pickguard or electronics. Gonna need to make new pickup surrounds to fit some humbuckers and gonna need to make a neck shim. I’ll also need to go through hell to try and wire it because there’s no routing in the back I can go through, only through the pickup holes in the front. If I get the Bigsby, I’ll replace the stock tailpiece with it! I hope to use this project as a point on a resume for a music store or something haha – although, I might be too young to hire anyways (15). Thanks for putting on this contest guys!
monkeytwohandsParticipant10/27/2016 at 6:28 AMPost count: 1
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I published this already and it disappeared! My 2016 Les Paul 50’s Tribute HP, Gilgamesh, like his kingly namesake, yearns for his crowning glory.sweathog21Participant10/30/2016 at 12:29 AMPost count: 1
I’ve got a Gibson ES-335 that I’d like to add a Bigsby to, with a B6 (and B3 hinge plate mod). The down tension rod is such a great idea and execution of a great design. Thanks for the opportunity to win something great!cb6588Participant10/30/2016 at 8:03 PMPost count: 1
I have a 1962 Martin F-55 electric with a tobacco burst finish and dearmond pickups. I could really use one of these, but my fret board Radius is 7.5 and currently have a wood bridge carved for it. I wonder how the set up would go for a metal bridge if i added this on.
jdarmentroutParticipant10/31/2016 at 4:30 PMPost count: 2
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Hi Christian…. I have Gibson Les Paul Standard with nickel hardware that could use an upgrade. JohnnbarileParticipant10/31/2016 at 5:09 PMPost count: 1
Ok I couldn’t upload the image b/c I am inept, but I have a Les Paul studio in Worn Brown that I stripped and sheilded, It’s silent now and it looks so good, new slippery nut on there too, BUT it needs a B3 with a Towner USA V-Block and DTB. It would make it look even better and more importantly play and sound amazing. Too bad I cant get this pic up because its is mint! It’s like you were walking through the dark forest of rock’n roll and like excalibur, a ribbon of light penetrates the canopy and illuminates the glory of this natural guitar with light hitting the little bits of nickel plated jewels…you get it….! Help me make it come alive! Its on my instagram @nbarile.
Love you guys…great product…LuisTM98Participant10/31/2016 at 10:00 PMPost count: 1
Well actually I tried but I can’t upload my photo, I’m in process of upgrading my fender telecaster with tune-o-matic bridge and it could be awesome if a bigsby bridge goes there. I’m in love with bigsby bridges since I saw it for the first time. Good luck for everyone. And made the force be with you. 🙌🏻
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