i dont remember. i can look it up tho. im gonna guess around 60 though. might have been 90 cuzi think i included a set up. you can give them a quick call and the guy will tell you how much. also the different version of the bigsby is called the b70. i think the wraparound baseplate thing is shorter and should be good for the lp100. its also cheaper than the b7, so thats a plus
Kezian, did he charge you extra for that? I don't know any independent guitar tech's around my area (Los Angeles, CA) so I may just take it to Sam Ash or Guitar Center -- think they would be able to do it?
this is true, the bigsby b7 had a baseplate that was too long for the thickness of hte lp100, but the guy who i had install it was still able to put it on somehow, it just doesnt sit flush with the top
What bigsby model did you install on your Epi LP 100? and did it fit well? Someone else had told me the Epi LP 100 is shorter in length than other LP's therefore the bigsby wont properly fit. Would be very helpful, thanks!
i just went to my local autozone and got this 1/4" vinyl pinstripe stuff that was white. with a tan sharpie i made it look a little bit more cream. just gotta have a steady hand when youre putting it on to make it look straight
I recently stumbled upon the pictures you posted last April of your modified Epiphone les paul 100 guitar. I am trying to do something similar with my epi 100. I'm lookin' to capture the gibson special model 1957 look which shouldn't be too hard aside from the fact that to accurately reproduce this guitar, my neck should have binding. I really enjoy the results of your lp-100 modification and would appreciate any advice on how to create binding similar to your's.