Just FYI. Had a Duesenberg Les Trem II last year and I liked it, but there was an amount of play in the arm that I couldn't fix (stop the play and it was too tight to move up and down). Also didn't like the look of the arm and the way it attached to the trem. Awkward visually. Took it off and gave it away. Decided to try again because I really wanted a trem and the other LP options didn't grab me. I know people here like a Les Paul with a Bigsby but I just do not like the look of all that metal. Also difficult to string them. Tried a Stetsbar and sent it back (it was awful...loose arm whatever I did and there was no way to get a decently low action because the whole unit was too thick top to bottom). Didn't seem very well made, to be honest. Anyway, got another Les Trem and ordered a Bigsby arm and mounting screw at the same time (trem from Germany and the arm from Arkansas...both arrived the same day). Hoped I would be able to combine the 2. The latest Les Trem is better engineered than the one I got last year. The arm is attached better. But as I had the Bigsby arm I took it apart and reassembled it with it. Fits nicely and looks better, IMO. Result, IMO, is Les Paul trem perfection. Does what a Bigsby does but far less bulky and garish. Also has a very low string angle over the bridge (same as doing a Bonamassa stringing around the stoptail) so less friction than a Bigsby and stringing is super easy too. String ball ends just slip in from the top. Here are pics. The pickups are Duncan Phat Cats....this is a rockabilly guitar now.