This bridge is a direct replacement on Gibson guitars with ABR-1 bridges. The body of the Callaham CNC Billet Steel ABR-1 Bridge is machined from cold rolled alloy steel and is the only bridge of its type on the market. Unlike Gibson and other aftermarket bridges, which are cast from zinc alloy, brass or aluminum, causing heavy dampening to overtones, the Callaham CNC Billet Steel ABR-1 Bridge offers increased sustain and full tone without fuzzy bass or sharp high end notes.
This ABR-1 bridge includes Nashville conversion studs, making it a direct replacement for Gibson guitars equipped with a Nashville Tune-O-Matic bridge. The body of the Callaham CNC Billet Steel ABR-1 Bridge is machined from cold rolled alloy steel and is the only alloy steel bridge available. Unlike Gibson and other aftermarket bridges, which are cast from zinc alloy, brass or aluminum, causing heavy dampening to overtones, the Callaham CNC Billet Steel ABR-1 Bridge offers increased sustain and full tone without sharp high end notes.
ABR1 replacement bridge offers vintage styling with modern locking performance. Small post American thread bridge locks securely to posts. Will fit your American made vintage spec guitar. Includes thumbwheels, posts and Allen wrench.
A fully adjustible replacement wraparound bridge/tailpiece with low profile that is "de-horned" to be gentle to your picking hand. Replaces older, non-adjustable, wrap-a-round bridge/tailpiece as used on modern and older guitars including: Les Pauls, Melody Makers, Les Paul Juniors and Specials. Nickel or gold plated. Includes TonePros locking posts, inserts and Allen wrench.
These quality Callaham studs and inserts are precision-machined from steel bar. They are the only studs available that allow for the tailpiece to be raised and still remain fully locked to the body. These tailpiece studs are only available in 5/16-24 thread which is standard on Gibson instruments.
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