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SB-5820-010 Hannes Non-Tremolo Bridge by Schaller Chrome

SB-5820-010 Hannes Non-Tremolo Bridge by Schaller Chrome

Your Price:$160.00

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In Stock
Allparts Product Code:SB-5820-010

Brand:

Schaller

Model:

12010200

UPC:

645208037375
Hannes Non-Tremolo Bridge by Schaller, Chrome. Part number GTH CH. Unique design provides comfort by emphasizing curves and minimizing sharp edges. Includes mounting hardware and routing template.

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5 Stars
Killer design, and tonal bliss!
WARNING The saddles fall out if you flip the guitar over with no strings. Anyone over 65 can remember Gibsons that did this too!I use a white towel in my lap to restring anything after franticly searching for a saddle to a 1960 Les Paul in a dive bar. I now play a Hannes equipped $167 used Matsumoku made all mahogany set neck that will quite frankly smoke most LPs now. It was damn good before with a brass nut, long tongue set neck and huge 7mm post tune-o-matic style bridge with brass saddles. Now it is a tone monster. If you call Schaller in Germany they will direct you to a place to buy parts, or sell you a saddle. It will take several calls, pleading, and whining, but eventually they will cooperate, unlike some big name USA guitar mfgrs, who shall remain nameless.
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Reviewed by:  from Arizona. on 10/1/2012 6:36:00 PM
5/5
4 Stars
Nice bridge but watch out when changing strings
This bridge is comfortable under your picking hand and transfers string pressure to the guitar body very evenly. Every string sustains equally on the black limba body I use it with. HOWEVER: be careful when changing strings. If you turn the guitar over at all to feed the string through from the back (this is my habit with teles for 40 years and still running), the saddles will fall out. And they are black. And nearly impossible to find on a nightclub floor. Add to that the frustration of not being able to purchase replacement saddles (at least, I have not found any source yet). If you lose a saddle, your guitar will be out of commission, just like mine is right now.
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Reviewed by:  from Arlington, TX USA. on 8/19/2011 9:16:00 AM
4/5

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