As the title suggests. I'm considering buying a Maestro/Lyre Tremolo so that I can bling up my new 61 RI when it arrives. Not decided for certain if I'll do this yet though. However, I don't want the functioning tremolo arm and am looking to merely put the Tailpiece on my guitar so it's like the Derek Trucks SG model. I did a search and found an old thread where someone done the same and used double sided adhesive tape to attach this to their SG. I think I recall that the guy didn't want to put holes in his guitar and was hoping to retain resale value. However, others in the thread suggested he bite the bullet and screw the tailpiece into the guitar. Like the chap in the other thread, I would like to retain the level of choice of being able to revert back to not having the tailpiece if necessary. In addition to the double sided adhesive tape method of fixture, are their any other ways folks have thought of doing this with minimally affecting the finish on the guitar? Also, how easy would it be to remove adhesive type residues? Mine is a Heritage Cherry (Not Satin). Thanks W.