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Nashville Style Tune-o-matic Bridge for Epiphone Les Paul SG ES Dot

Nashville Style Tune-o-matic Bridge for Epiphone Les Paul SG ES Dot


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Tune-o-Matic Nashville-style Bridge for Epiphone Guitars

Coming in slightly wider than an ABR-1 type tune-o-matic bridge, this Nashville style bridge is a perfect match for the vast majority of Epiphone LP, SG, and ES type guitars. Made in the same factory many big brands such as Floyd Rose and Wilkinson, these bridges deliver the same quality as their far more expensive counterparts.

Saddle Retention Rings

This bridge utilises saddle retention rings, which prevents the dreaded saddle rattle that's a symptom of lesser bridges of this type. This significant improvement in design means that this bridge will offer a better playing platform, allowing all your notes to ring out to their true potential.

Things to Note

This bridge has 6.3mm post holes to drop over 6mm posts. If you're wanting to upgrade your Gibson LP, SG, or ES then you will need the smaller 4mm posts, so check out our BM015 for this purpose. Please also make certain you do not have a ABR-1 style bridge, as these are slighty narrower than the Nashville. Our ABR-1 bridge for Epiphone guitars can be found by searching for code BM002.

Epiphone Les Paul Bridge

Whether you need a bridge replacement for your Nashville-equipped Epiphone Les Paul, SG, or ES guitar, this high quality bit of kit will do a fantastic job without costing you an arm and a leg.

BM003 Specifications

  • String Spacing 10.4mm (52mm E to E)
  • Radius - 12"
  • Bridge Material - Zinc
  • Saddle Material - Zinc


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Customer Reviews

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John Main
Excellent service

I was having intonation problems with a Guild Starfire guitar that I couldn't resolve with the supplied TOM bridge. I had a couple of spare bridges, but they weren't suitable replacements for the guitar's own bridge. I took a photo of the supplied bridge and emailed it to Northwest Guitars, asking if they could supply a suitable Nashville bridge. They emailed back immediately, informing me that the Guild bridge was a metric size and they supplied me with a diagram of a suitable replacement, giving sizes. I checked these and ordered the suggested bridge through the included link. Intonation problem now solved. Thank you Northwest Guitars.