EDIT: Is this a genuine Graph Tech? http://www.mylespaul.com/threads/installing-a-bigsby-on-a-les-paul-studio.414578/page-4#post-8806107 Hello. I was thinking how flavoring-up chords with vibrato is missing on my 2010 LP Studio with its standard Tune-O-Matic bridge. I have a 7 string Ibanez (that I bought for the sake of 7 strings) with Lo-Pro Edge, but frankly handling the setup of such a floating bridge is often so infuriating I barely got to play the Ibanez ever since I bought it. I also have a Floyd Rose Classic Stratocaster that I actually wanted to sell years ago, but it's just been sitting in the case. So, in regards to fitting the Les Paul with a Bigsby: A. I can see there are several different versions. Should the Les Paul be fit with the B-5 Bigsby, or the B-7? I read somewhere that both should work with a LP, but that the B-7 is supposed to be the most correct version. Is the Les Paul Studio actually regarded as an archtop? B. There is something called Vibramate that let's you install the Bigsby without drilling any holes into the guitar. How does it compare to the standard installation? C. What should I expect in regards to tuning stability? Frankly, my Les Paul hasn't got the most stable tuning as is already. I read locking tuners aren't supposed to make a difference (correct that if it's wrong), and that you should rather lubricate the nut. But then users' reports were inconsistent – some said their tuning stability was perfectly fine and some said it wasn't. From the bit of reading I made it seems you should definitely switch the bridge from the standard Tune-O-Matic to a round "roller bridge", or else the tuning will be bad and the strings will break more easily. Which one would you get to replace a Tune-O-Matic? I think that's all for now. Thanks in advance.