I have a 335 style guitar that I want to add a vibrato tailpiece to. I've been looking at either the Duesenberg Les Trem II or a Bigsby B7 style (probably an unbranded Bigsby copy, as the ones I've seen have all been OK). The guitar is a Samick-made Hondo, so I'm not too worried about keeping it original. Since it's a cheap guitar, other solutions like the Stetsbar, Vibramate mounted Bigsby etc. would seem excessive. Has anyone tried the Duesenberg? I've seen good reports about it generally, but my one worry is that I like to play palm muted lines on the high strings and it looks like it sits very close behind the bridge. Has anyone found this to be a problem? The Bigsby style would give me a little more space behind the bridge, but is more of a hassle to restring and adds some weight. Which way would you go on this guitar?