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  1. I've got the first prototype of the pivots I designed for Aumsen. Small mods needed then I'll have the definitive version. It'll be made by hardened stainless steel. The prototype I have it's not hardened yet but makes the tremolo work like butter and the guitar resonates in a totally different way. It's way better, way way better. As soon we'll have the definitive version the "bending posts" problem will be totally solved. It will be sold by Aumsen on eBay and it'll be very inexpensive so everyone will be able to afford it. I did this to solve the infamous problem that every actual Steinberge
  2. Ok... Finally working with Aumsen in China we are making new steel made pivots for actual Steinberger Spirit. I'm gonna have some prototypes soon to check that everything is ok. Then they'll be available on ebay and they'll be quite inexpensive. They are made by solid milled stainless steel and then hardened by heat. There will be no chance that these pivots will bend. So I've solved the infamous problem of them bending. Also they'll ring like a bell...
  3. Baseplate is not bent. Anyway I'm not gonna spend 250$ of bridge on a 300$ guitar. Come on...
  4. Hi U all... my Spirit has crudely bent bridge pivots. So hardly bent that the bridge plate is totally leaning towards front body wood. Actually I can't use the guitar without blocking the bridge and I'm going totally mad because I can't find spare parts unless I spend much much money. How should I solve this problem? I tried to send an email to Gibson (Steinberger) but no response by months.
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