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GB-0545-010 ABM 2400-C Chrome Roller Tunematic
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GB-0545-010 ABM 2400-C Chrome Roller Tunematic

Your Price: $160.00


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Product Code:GB-0545-010
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ABM tunematic bridge with roller saddles, chrome finish. 2 and 1/16 inch string spacing, adjustable post spacing.

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5 Stars
Best roller bridge - period.
The Schallers don''t really roll the way they''re supposed to and the adjustable string-spacing rarely comes in handy or stays put. All the other cheap roller bridges have problems with the rollers binding in the saddles. The ABM, however, is a solid piece of hardware. The rollers actually roll, allowing the strings to glide back and forth nicely with the use a vibrato unit. 12'' radius makes it compatible with most modern fretboards, and the adjustable post spacing is nice as it makes the bridge compatible with a wider range of guitars. Hands down - the best roller bridge on the market. I hope to see this one around for a long time as I noticed that Allparts has streamlined it a little bit to make it look more modern. Now it''s even got the looks! I would like to see one more version of this bridge produced in a 9.5'' or 10'' radius as well. That would be super.
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Reviewed by:  from Rio Oso, CA United States. on 8/9/2012 4:44:00 AM
5 Stars
I just finished installing this bridge on my new Gretsch G5420T with the pinned bridge. This roller bridge combined with a brass nut fixed my tuning stability issues. I would buy this again. It wasn't cheap, but it works. It is also a lot easier to intonate than the cheaper roller bridges. I would like to note that I did not use the new posts that were supplied with the bridge and just put it on the standard posts that were mounted through the bridge into the arch-top. The standard pins are slightly smaller, but the Allen head set screws on either end tighten it nicely. The average person will not even notice that the bridge has been replaced, because it looks almost identical to the old bridge. I did not notice it mentioned anywhere, but it comes with a couple spare E clips for the intonation screws.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Albuquerque, NM. on 4/30/2016

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