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Gibson custom with original tremulo?

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Hello guys. I'm from Brazil, and after many years I was able to realize a dream: I bought a Gibson custom. This guitar is from 1990, does not have the original Hardcase, but I know how to handle an authentic Custom. In the meantime, I am curious about the trembling that has settled in her. I know it's a Kahler model 2200, it has the Gibson brand on it. The seller informed me that it was installed, it would not & nbsp; original. But he already bought it that way. I went to maintain it .. to lubricate the bridge .. and I noticed that the cavity of it seems to be original. Despite the locking nut, have been installed later (original part of the trembling).

 

My question is: were Custom made originally with this system?

 

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You'll get more response if you post this in the Les Paul forum.

 

This forum is usually for banjo's, mandolin's and dobro's,

 

Good luck!

 

 

 

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I just got a greco les paul custom and now have no need for my gibson les paul studio, so does any one want to trade it for an sg special?

let me know if you want more details or whatever

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