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Electric Guitar Tremolos Chrome Floyd Rose Licensed Bridge Tail End Adjustable

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Chrome Guitar Bridge Tune-O-Matic incudes adjusting posts.

Many guitar designs with fixed bridges have the bridge slanted or stepped so that the distance from nut to bridge is larger for thick strings. The Tune-o-matic extends this idea to make the distance adjustable for all the strings.

Chrome Guitar Bridge Wrap Around includes adjustable groove saddles.

A variant of a stoptail bridge is the "wraparound."  This style bridge combines the bridge and stopbar into one unit.

Chrome Guitar Stop Bar Tail Piece including height adjustable mounting studs. Fits Gibson and Epiphone.

The stopbar has holes drilled into it that allow the guitar strings to be threaded from the rear and out through the front. The string path then goes over the bridge saddles and the string nut to the machine heads located on the headstock. The stopbar tailpiece can be adjusted for string tension. The threaded posts can be lowered or raised to increase or relieve the string tension at pitch. This is an important adjustment especially when changing the gauge of the string set on the guitar.

Wilkinson Bass Guitar Bridge with Brass saddles.

Vintage Bass Bridge fitted with offset Brass saddles to allow for greater control over the intonation and a greater range of tone thats to the resonance of the brass. Available in Top Loading only.

Telecaster Guitar Bridge Cut Out with adjustable Chrome saddles.

On a traditional tele bridge, three barrel saddles are used which puts two strings at the same distance from the nut. This presents a problem when intonating the strings. On this bridge, brass compensated saddles are used. The compensated saddles are basically a barrel saddle that has been cut on either side to allow the strings to sit at distances which allows for better intonation. A simple fix that has no negative effects on tone.

Wilkinson Guitar Tremolo with adjustable saddles.

A variety of mechanical vibrato systems for guitar have been developed since the 1930s. They are used to add vibrato to the sound by changing the tension of the strings, typically at the bridge or tailpiece of an electric guitar using a controlling lever (often referred to as a whammy bar, vibrato arm/bar, or tremolo arm/bar). The lever enables the player to quickly vary the tension and sometimes the length of the strings temporarily, changing the pitch to create a vibrato, portamento or pitch bend effect.

Floyd Rose Licensed Chrome Locking Guitar Tremolo.

The main advantage of the Floyd Rose Tremolo system is the double-locking design which allows the guitar to stay in tune even through extremely large motions/pitch changes, e.g. forcing the vibrato bar all the way down to the guitar body, or pulling up on the bar to raise the tone by as much as a fifth or a seventh.

Floyd Rose Licensed Chrome Locking Guitar Tremolo Low Profile.

The main advantage of the Floyd Rose Tremolo system is the double-locking design which allows the guitar to stay in tune even through extremely large motions/pitch changes, e.g. forcing the vibrato bar all the way down to the guitar body, or pulling up on the bar to raise the tone by as much as a fifth or a seventh. These low-profile tremolos are based on a new development by Floyd Rose which permits a more recessed integration of the bridge in the body. Low profile tremolo systems are known for exactly what their name states: a low profile on the face of the guitar. With more of the tremolo system below the surface of the guitar, and the remaining exposed portion tightened up and streamlined, a low profile tremolo stays out of the way, and looks great!

Wilkinson Guitar Tremolo Spring with adjustable saddles.

A variety of mechanical vibrato systems for guitar have been developed since the 1930s. They are used to add vibrato to the sound by changing the tension of the strings, typically at the bridge or tailpiece of an electric guitar using a controlling lever (often referred to as a whammy bar, vibrato arm/bar, or tremolo arm/bar). The lever enables the player to quickly vary the tension and sometimes the length of the strings temporarily, changing the pitch to create a vibrato, portamento or pitch bend effect.

Chrome Guitar Stop Bar Tail Piece 12 String including height adjustable mounting studs. Fits Gibson and Epiphone.

The stopbar has 12 holes drilled into it that allow the guitar strings to be threaded from the rear and out through the front. The string path then goes over the bridge saddles and the string nut to the machine heads located on the headstock. The stopbar tailpiece can be adjusted for string tension. The threaded posts can be lowered or raised to increase or relieve the string tension at pitch. This is an important adjustment especially when changing the gauge of the string set on the guitar.

Chrome Guitar Bridge Tune-O-Matic 12 String includes adjusting posts.

Many guitar designs with fixed bridges have the bridge slanted or stepped so that the distance from nut to bridge is larger for thick strings. This specially designed 12 string Tune-O-Matic extends this idea to make the distance adjustable for all the strings.

Wilkinson Guitar Bridge Cut Out for Telecaster with adjustable Brass saddles.

On a traditional tele bridge, three barrel saddles are used which puts two strings at the same distance from the nut.  This presents a problem when intonating the strings.  On this bridge, brass compensated saddles are used.  The compensated saddles are basically a barrel saddle that has been cut on either side to allow the strings to sit at distances which allows for better intonation.  A simple fix that has no negative effects on tone.

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