- Aug 5, 2022
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^Fair enough. I hadn't noticed TBH.
It locks down great on my guitars, solid like a Tone Pro bridge.I mean...
I always thought those were way too fiddly having the intonation lock under the string like that.
I'm sure it does - once you get it set. It's the initial setup that concerns me as the string crosses the Allen boltIt locks down great on my guitars, solid like a Tone Pro bridge.
Common issue with the ≈$20 rollers. It'll work, for sure, but putting the "right" one on after using one for years is noticeable. If I'm honest, if the Guyker had been an option when I had the first roller bridge I probably would have bought it rather than drill and tap the one I got for grub screws.^Fair enough. I hadn't noticed TBH.
Been there, done that. At least now, you have time to hunt deals and pick our brains.Well, the tax refund wasn't quite as generous as I was hoping... guess I need to put those upgrades on hold for now
Been there, done that. At least now, you have time to hunt deals and pick our brains.
It fits a Custom Pro. I'm sure you'll be fine. And a brilliant bridge it is.
But the best thing you can and should do is fit a bone nut.
Your Bigsby will shine with one. No trouble at all. Forget all that lube nonsense ;-)
I 100% bet it's your nut, not your bridge that's giving you grief!
People have also made fire for millennia before matches or Zippos. Just because something "works" doesn't mean the process can't be improved.People have been using Bigsby's for 70 years without roller bridges and locking tuners