Posted: Thu May 09, 2019 3:07 pm Post subject: Fender offset 9.5'' bridge (American Professional series)
So, the title of the topic is quite specific but these new bridges are present on many new models. Well, we have the American Professional series since 2016 so it is not so ''new'' but the 2019 Classic Vibe series uses the same kind of bridges. What is really frustrating is that they are virtually unavailable everywhere (unless you can pay a leg and an arm on reverb.com when one appears in the classifieds). Is there any chance to buy somewhere these bridges? Better if in Europe.
^Realize what a threaddig this is but it was only a few topics down, so... the fact that that's a cheap 3rd party asian bridge lends much more heavily to the idea that it's 7.25"
It looks like the ones that were used on the Jag-Stang/MIJ & CIJ Mustangs (gappy saddles and all), which were all 60's style vintage radius stang parts. That's why all the cheapo 9.5" guitars had those non-thread-saddle Jag/Jazzy looking saddles with height adjustment screws... looks like they've started making 9.5" Mustang bits in America now, so they can send them to the factory that make Classic Vibes too (similar to how the pickguard templates for US Fenders are making it to MIMs and CVs as well). My guess would be that the AliExpress bridge is the odd one out like Fender Japan specs always were. _________________
which one of you bastards sent me an ebay question asking if you can get teh kurdtz with that 64 mustang?
fran & paul are some of the original gangstas of the JS days when you'd have to say "phuck"
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