This one is on my latest completed project.
Excellent tremolo unit for my part. Less mass than an OFR, but one can upgrade to a big block made to fit. The fine tune screws are a bit more out of the way and the base plate has a knife edge across the entire leading edge. This is a plus and also the trem arm is completely free of slop, which is not true for the first 2 types of OFR arm assemblies. Now that Floyd offers a comparably tight connection b/n the arm and the base plate, it shows that the company obviously had to play catch up with Gotoh in this regard.
One consideration that might not be obvious is the fact that the Gotoh trem post bushings are a larger diameter than that of the Floyd, but I think you would be fine using the original posts if the guitar is already equipped.
In conclusion, I think the Gotoh is on par with the OFR, with certain nice refinements.
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