Total trem idiot here. I'm renecking my Warmoth SG because I've decided I do not care for the compound radius fretboard deal, so I'm going with a straight 10" (no shredder here folks). I wanted different frets as well, so I have rather large stainless frets spec'd for the new one. Padouk w/Ebony and no finish. My 3rd one. So anyhow I've wanted to try a Stetsbar for a while, and since the SG is outfitted with a TOM/ST it's pretty much a no-brainer installation ... well, nearly. Just hang it on the existing posts, set height, intone, and dig in. My question is, with all that said, is a locking type nut a good idea since I'm *right there, right now*? Or is that something normally only used with a locking trem? Er ... um .... flarn ... doy .... uhhhh? What was the question again? Mayor N00bington of the City of Duh-Whut? here .. so I deserve any ribbing .. totally. I've just always had Teles or SGs, so I'm pretty inexperienced in the Ways of The Whammy. I've already ordered the neck but I can still change the nut specs if I tell them within a couplefew days or so. Presently the spec'd nut is just a white corian. So maybe just a graphite nut as opposed to the locker? Again with the Duh-Whut? Thanks in advance for any help ... Ss.