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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by hubermsj, May 26, 2010.
I would have gone for the three saddle bridge. Other than that its beautiful!
I never even HEARD of a roller nut!
Super cool guitar!
Thanks!! I really like the guitar. When I bought it all of the hardware was various shades of gold plating and brass. I chose to remove the gold (scotch-brite pads) and the bridge was a nice chunk of solid brass so I went with that. I have thought about changing it out, haven't decided what to go with yet though.
Thanks!! Honestly, the roller nut would make more sense if there was a trem on the guitar but it was on the guitar when I got it. It also had a SD Hot Rail at the neck, and although it sounded cool it was better suited to another guitar. I wanted the tele to sound like a tele. I actually put the Hot Rail on my American Strat in the bridge position and like it there (with a switch for splitting the coils).
I put an SD Hot Rails bridge in the Esquire I'm finishing up now, because I already had it. It will just be used for slide, open tuning, so we'll see.
Thats a beauty
MJT Daphne Blue alder body, super light (total guitar weighs 7.3 lbs); MIM neck with nice dark rosewood, pearl inlays and stainless frets. Fralin Vintage Hots.
Gave it to my son, because he didn't have a Strat.