Originally Posted by bhuard75
I went through this very issue. Thats a real floyd rose
trem. 700 of the six string trem plates were stamped wrong. Floyd rose will confirm this if you send their customer support an email concerning the issue, as I did. Warmoth has these very trems in stock. You will see the '1984' trems with the wrong stamp as well. The German produced OFR six string plates are the only product affected with the wrong stamp.
We wont see the normal floyd rose stamped logos until all remaining stock is used. Kurt @ Squid Music in CA has delt with customers refusing the wrong stamped plates. I refused mine as well from Warmoth and they claimed to have checked their whole stock looking for the traditional logo
'd trem for me to no avail. I do feel they look like knock offs. But they felt and played every bit as well as any of my other Floyd trems
Hope that help clear up any confusion.
Wow. That's rare.
In the context of probably tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousand of Floyds with correct logo, only 700 mis-stamped logos can fetch a lot one day. Think of the upside down airplane stamp!