(Long-time reader, first time poster.) I'm working on a telecaster build. A couple of months back, I played a guitar with a G bender and was floored. Unfortunately, I can't find the piece of hardware in question ANYWHERE. Here's what I remember about it, hopefully somebody here could identify it! The guitar had a wraparound bridge. Instead of wrapping around, the G string was routed to a single-string tailpiece that was screwed into the top of the guitar. The tailpiece had a palm level mounted on it, and pushing the lever would raise the G to an A. It functioned just like the Hipshot palm lever, except there was no B-bender on the instrument. It was flat-mounted directly to the guitar. In fact, I thought the owner of the guitar told me it was made by Hipshot, but I can't find any reference to a part like this being made by them, so I think I may be remembering incorrectly. The Bigsby Palm Pedal is sort of similar, but that one is huge and has the B-bender attached. I'm just looking for the single G bender. Anyway, if anyone is aware of who might make this part, please let me know! It seems like the simplest-possible iteration of a string bending device-- I can't believe more people don't use it. Unless there's some sort of popular name for it and I'm searching the wrong way: I've been digging through patents to try to find it, but that's some tedious work. While doing that, I found this patent for an inflatable violin, and I refuse to believe that a balloon fiddle exists but the thing I'm looking for doesn't.