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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Personal Gsus, Feb 23, 2021.
He converted it from a 6 to a 3.
You are lucky you had a 4 Screw Bridge, so no problem. I bought my first Tele American Standard in 2008 ($1400). It had a 3 Screw with String Ferrule Holes in a different location. At the time, nothing was available to Retrofit, so I dumped it and started building my own. Gotoh and Hipshot have replacements now, if you are stuck with that Bridge. Now they have a 3 Saddle with 4 Screws, but String holes are above Screws? Fender does this on purpose!
The quintessential Tele! Love the ashtray!
Beautiful Tele.... Congrats!
Awesome - tough question how much does she weight?
I wish I could fine a deal everything here in Nashville is overpriced right now?
Didn't occur to me to weigh it... Doesn't seem any heavier than any other tele(?)
I've got a 2001 Standard MIM in Arctic White I'll sell you if you want to make the drive to ATL.
Do the vintage tuners and bakelite guard and it`s complete. I didn`t do the bridge ,i can live with it and also like that it don`t have upturned edges. Doing the intonation is easier too
Congrats on your new Tele. Good job on the modding also. Looks great now.
Very nice. I'm waiting on a vintage bridge to arrive for my Player Tele.
Nice! I used to love butterscotch until it became synonymous with Squire Affinities.
Congrats on your very new looking guitar
Very nice! Gotta love a BSB Tele (or Esquire)! HNGD!
Oh...oops. Have I mentioned that I failed reading in first grade?
Beautiful guitar. Congrats!
Very nice. Congratulations.
I've recently got a 20/21 MIM Player too and want to swap out the bridge for a 3 saddle one. Was it an easy job? No new holes? Did it need a full set up after? Any difference in sound?
Also, did you get the ash tray with the bridge or was that separate? I've not seen both for sale online?
Absolutely beautiful brother, great score!! Edward