I've been looking and learning a lot about bridges lately, and I've become kind of puzzled by the vintage six-saddle. Seems to be the "black sheep" of the Tele bridge world, and I guess I'm wondering why? I'm also trying to find out exactly when and on what models it was actually used; these days I only see it on the James Burton and Nashville models, which are obviously not historic. I understand those who say only a three-barrel bridge will do, and I understand those who say the modern style six-saddle construction is superior...but I don't get why both camps seem to shun the vintage sixer??