Compensated Tailpiece for unwound G string, with USA Thread Studs and Anchors, Nickel, 3-1/4" stud spacing. Historically Accurate.
This is the best there is for it''s type
I managed to make Axehandlers $100 in a couple hours when my friend traded his LP Jr toward a BC Rich Warlock. I had the Badass on that guitar, but this makes it look like a stock 1950s LP Jr. I think it is a 1956 model. It is in VG++ condition. A normal lightning bar was designed for something like 11 -13 gauge strings with a wound G. This is what my mother would have played. These work out well enough to get very close intonation with 9s or 10s, and 10s in particular seemed to really work well using a Peterson 490STR on this particular LP Jr. Maybe an alloy closer to the original may be nicer, but this is a huge improvement over the stock lightning bar TP bridge. If the guitar is stock and looks great use this and preserve the look! These old LP Jrs with P 90s rock!Reviewed by: Seth Burgin from Phoenix, AZ United States. on 12/5/2011 6:28:00 AM
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