Hey everyone, So I have been pursuing a vintage guitar to call my own for a while now, and have basically narrowed it down to a 1960's Supro Dual Tone in white. Now it doesn't take a rocket scientist to tell that I am a HUGE David Bowie fan, so when I saw that he played a 1961 Supro Dual Tone with a Bigsby B5 Tremolo installed on it, I knew I had to have one just like it. Now I know in the 60's Supro started to market their guitars with the Res-o-glas Fiberglass bodies, and it has been super confusing to me on if I should buy a wood bodied one or a fiberglass one, especially considering the higher cost that the vintage guitar market demands for res-o-glas. Now, the one David Bowie owned appeared to be a wood bodied one, as it had a body shape like this. And it appears that the Fiberglass Dual tones have a body shape like this But then I went on Reverb and I see ones with the older body shape and the seller says its fiberglass. confusing right? So I thought that maybe this question might help me narrow it down, can a bigsby B5 even be installed into a fiberglass body? If the answer is yes, is there any way to know if Bowie's Dual Tone was a wood or fiberglass body?