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WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass

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Johnny Alien
Posted 2017-11-24 8:48 PM (#538150)
Subject: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass


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I am looking for the second style of bridge used on the electric solidbodies. The ones that were plastic with brass saddles. Let me know if you have one. We can work out a price or I also have the all metal Schaller bridge (3rd style) that I could trade if you wanted. I would need the bolt that goes through the body as well.

Edited by Johnny Alien 2017-11-24 8:49 PM
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alpep
Posted 2017-11-25 12:45 PM (#538153 - in reply to #538150)
Subject: Re: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass


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tough to find
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Beal
Posted 2017-12-03 11:27 AM (#538214 - in reply to #538150)
Subject: Re: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass



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let me dig around in the barn, I may have one.
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Johnny Alien
Posted 2017-12-03 1:53 PM (#538215 - in reply to #538214)
Subject: Re: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass


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Beal - 2017-12-03 11:27 AM

let me dig around in the barn, I may have one.


That would be awesome!! Thanks!
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Beal
Posted 2018-03-15 1:23 PM (#541645 - in reply to #538150)
Subject: Re: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass



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Found it. PM me. I got the bolt too
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Mr. Ovation
Posted 2018-03-15 4:40 PM (#541650 - in reply to #538150)
Subject: RE: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass


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Johnny Alien - 2017-11-24 6:48 PM

I am looking for the second style of bridge used on the electric solidbodies. The ones that were plastic with brass saddles. Let me know if you have one. We can work out a price or I also have the all metal Schaller bridge (3rd style) that I could trade if you wanted. I would need the bolt that goes through the body as well.


While we're on the subject...

To my knowledge:
1. Brass Plate, Nylon Saddles, Plastic Cover
2. Brass Plate, Brass Saddles, Plastic Cover
3. Brass Plate, Brass Saddles, Plastic Cover, Locking Saddles
4. All metal version

- Generally, 1-3 are considered the same but with nylon or brass saddles.
- I think there is one of the 1-3 that has a longer screw on the back.
- There is a solid aluminum one, but I think it's the only one, used on the Breadwinner Prototype
- The All Metal version came in Chrome and Gold
- The 1-3 version also came with chrome plate and screws or gold plate and screws.
- There were two types of 12 string bridges of the 1-3 style, one with a solid saddle and the one with the notched saddles.
- There is a twelve string version of the all metal model.
- The 1-3 version and all metal version have different studs and the later doesn't have an adjustment on the back.

Is that all of them?


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Beal
Posted 2018-03-20 8:46 PM (#541738 - in reply to #538150)
Subject: Re: WTB: Solidbody Bridge - Plastic & Brass



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beats me
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