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Here is a couple of before and after shots of a Surf Green American Standard Telecaster converted with a Bridge Works Am.Std. Bridge.
Here's my HRDX in Oiled Tweed with a matching extension Speaker.
How about a set of Gotoh Locking Vintage Oval Knob Tuners?
They are a direct replacement for Vintage tuners, and give the same look, but the...
I had put a set of Brass Saddles on one of my Teles, but thought that the lower stings were not sounding as musical as I had expected. I changed...
Fralin Blues Specials
Dale's "Historically Correct" Spanish Electric set, is NOT compensated.
Your "Screamin 59's Intone cutting Edge set" are compensated.
That's a #3 x 1"lg. wood screw.
+1, Well said, Twang Tone !!!
See Jason Lollar for his great WRHB replacements.
No, those are a set of Glendales.
I have the original Bridge and Steel Saddles wrapped up Safely in the case.
My wife bought me this '73 Custom for my 21st Birthday back in 1974.
It's extremely versatile, and was my first ever Fender.
The Wide Range...
Nancy Wilson has it ALL !!!
Yea, The Hot Rod Series was originally called the F.A.T. Series, for Fender American Tube.
+1 for Ice Blue Metalic !!
The Vintage, cheapo, ugly, thin piece-o-crap Bridge Plate that Fender has been putting on the Telecaster since 1951, continues to be the "Best...
Stay away from that Bridge in the lower picture !!!
It can only cause you grief !!
A Tele Bridge pickup that is turned that way will NOT fit...
That site looks a whole lot like this other site:
DG-335 Foo Fighter Dave Grohl Electric Guitar
No !! The Ashtray cover is too short to cover everthing, and there isn't anything on the modern Bridge for the cover to clamp on to.
+1 for Louis' Lunch !!!
You've got to see this place, to believe it !!
Go for the experience, but don't go if you're in a hurry.
I got this American Standard Conversion Bridge from Bridge Works, complete with compensated Saddles. I had to drill (4) new mounting holes, but it...
My Ice Blue Metalic Double Bound.
Warmoth Swamp Ash Body, Lindy Fralin Blues Special Pickups, Fender Deluxe Neck with Abalone Dots, Glendale...
Ebb Tide - by: Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra - 1953
Accept NO substitutes!!!!