Floyd Rose is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its ubiquitous double-locking tremolo with a splashy new, limited-edition version of the system.
The bridge features a German-made tremolo base, stainless steel hardware, titanium insert blocks, ruby red fine tuner screws and an upgraded 37mm Fat Brass Sustain Block.
Aside from the bridge, the system features a locking nut, springs and claw, mounting studs and all the hardware you need for the installation.
The system is available in a huge number of finishes, including Chrome, Black, Gold, Nickel, Black Nickel, Vintage Copper, Satin Pearl, Satin Chrome, Satin Black and Satin Gold.
The 40th Anniversary Floyd Rose Original Tremolo System is available now for $274.90.
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