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Roller Saddle Tune-o-matic Bridge with Fully Adjustable Saddles

Roller Saddle Tune-o-matic Bridge with Fully Adjustable Saddles

SKU:MTB604-CR

Regular price £19.99
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Tune-o-Matic Roller Bridge for Epiphone Guitars

If your Epiphone guitar has a Bigsby or Duesenberg tremolo, then pairing it with a roller saddle equipped bridge will offer an excellent upgrade, offering enhanced tuning stability whilst relieving the break angle of the strings. Roller saddles will also provide a lesser pressure on your strings than a standard tune-o-matic bridge.

Roller Saddles

The thinking behind roller saddles is to have less pressure and less friction at the bridge, which is particularly useful when combined with tremolo systems for guitars. Even if your guitar isn't tremolo-equipped, roller saddles still provide an advantage over traditional tune-o-matics as the break angle is less pronounced. This means that you won't wear away your bridge saddles over time, a common issue with tune-o-matic equipped guitars. Some players also find that it feels more comfortable against your picking hand thanks to the lack of sharp edges.

This Tune-o-Matic Roller Bridge is made in the same factory as Wilkinson hardware, so you're getting a high quality piece of gear at a fraction of the cost.

MTB604 Specifications

  • String Spacing 10.2mm (51mm E to E)
  • Radius - 12"
  • Bridge Material - Steel
  • Saddle Material - Zinc
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Uncle Benny
Very pleased

Cracking bridge, looks great and really comfortable against your palm. My only minor niggle is the allen bolts that lock the saddles down make any adjustments a bit of a faff as you have to loosen the bolt, move the saddle by hand, re-tighten where at some point in the process it invariably moves. Plus 3 face forward so are under the strings. The ease and accuracy of incrementally turning a screw is far better but once it's set, it's set. That's aside, I'm really pleased with it.

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Terry McHugh
Keep on rollin’ baby ... you know what time it is

Great bridge!