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Bridge Saddles

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cwcoltere

PostPosted: 02/25/2006 at 7:10 PM    Post subject: Bridge Saddles link

Does anyone have, or know where I might find, a set of original bridge saddles for my TB 1000 Standard?

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rb

PostPosted: 04/13/2006 at 1:50 PM    Post subject: RE:Bridge Saddles link

Yeah, I have 5 of 6 originals that have the adjustment screws rusted shut on. I'm thinking about having them machined. I replaced them with chrome generic ones of a similar size, but I'm convinced the tone of the brass originals has more bite. Anybody else have a lock on where to locate these? I'm up for going in on having a batch machined from scratch to match the original specs if there is enough interest.

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BeanMan

PostPosted: 04/14/2006 at 8:50 AM    Post subject: RE:Bridge Saddles link

Yeah I'm having a similar problem with my saddles. At least two of them are locked up and I wanted to raise the action on them too. You mentioned that the originals were made of brass? It doesn't look like mine are brass though.


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LHakim

PostPosted: 04/16/2006 at 1:27 PM    Post subject: RE:Bridge Saddles link

Mine are original and are nickel (or chrome) plated brass. I'm assuming you've tried WD40/Liquid Wrench etc. to try to loosen the screws? I would think that stuff should be able to unfreeze 'em.

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