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Trini Lopez 1964 cherry Gibson guitar bridge


Beth1969
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7 hours ago, Beth1969 said:

Just wondering if anyone has an idea of how much one would cost

Just the bridge? And what kind is it, Nashville, Harmonica, ABR-1 or one of those ones that sit on top of a price of wood with like 2 feet on it. 

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The specs on this site say that the Trini Lopez quitars have ABR-1 bridges with nylon saddles.  Also on this site Gibon will sell you an ABR-1 bridge anywhere from $70 to $85, there are a couple different models.  None of which show nylon saddles.

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The replacement for this would be a standard Gibson Tuneamatic ABR-1 bridge, or a Goth or other mfr equivalent.

You can buy a Chinese-made one (cheapest), a Japanese or European-made one (more) or a USA one (which is probably made in another country anyway).

If it needs nylon saddles......

https://www.stewmac.com/parts-and-hardware/all-hardware-and-parts-by-instrument/electric-guitar-parts/electric-guitar-bridges-and-tailpieces/tune-o-matic-bridges/tonepros-avr2g-abr-1-tune-o-matic-bridge-with-g-formula-saddles/

https://store.tonepros.com/c/bridges_locking-“g-formula”-nylon-saddle-bridges

https://www.crazyparts.de/bridges--tailpieces/abr-1-bridges-new/gibson-nonwire-abr-1-nickel-nylon-saddles.php

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