Maybe a little off topic, but do you want/need a trem (tremonti) or a stoptail (Myers). ? If you are a beginner I would't recommend a trem. Just to let you know
I wouldn't agree that you should avoid trems as a beginner. I think it's more of a personal choice depending on what you like to listen to. Trem is a bit more work but its worth it if you want to get trem sounds.
That's really relevant, actually, because I've been struggling with that question.
I realize a stoptail might be more reasonable for a beginner. And my interests don't include the sorts of rock that include aggressive whammy effects. Among a few different styles, I enjoy blues-tinged rock. And while, as far as I can tell, a lot of tremolo work in that style is simply done with the fret hand, there's a particular piece of music that finally motivated me to take up guitar in the first place: the opening theme to Better Call Saul by Little Barrie. Sort of blues; sort of surf. Really cool. I just really want to learn that opening riff, which includes a downward tremolo (correct?). Here's a brief video, showing the lead guitarist on what I assume is a Gretsch Streamliner with a Bigsby.
So if I ever want to perfect that riff, I'm gonna need a trem, but I'm trying to look beyond a single song.