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Graph Tech ResoMax LP Tune-O-Matic Bridge - 6mm Post
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This larger post (6mm) Graph Tech ResoMax bridge fits most import guitars. The common 74.40mm post spacing will work for most guitars using a Nashvil...Click To Read More About This Product
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Enhance the tonal qualities of your electric guitar with this easy-to-install bridge.
This larger post (6mm) Graph Tech ResoMax bridge fits most import guitars. The common 74.40mm post spacing will work for most guitars using a Nashville-style Tune-O-Matic bridge.
The ResoMax Harmonic Bridge System with String Saver saddles is specifically designed to enhance harmonics, reduce string breakage, and improve tuning performance for your electric guitar. String Saver saddles are factory-installed by Schecter, Carvin, Peavey, and the Yamaha Custom Shop. You'll hear and feel the difference right away when you use the Graph Tech ResoMax Tune-O-Matic bridge. Not only will it dramatically improve the way your electric guitar performs, it can change the way you play.
The base of the ResoMax Bridge is made from a high-strength, lightweight alloy designed to maximize harmonic content. More harmonics means more richness and sizzle in every note you pick or strum. The ResoMax Tune-O-Matic Bridge is an unbeatable combination of materials that will improve your guitar's tone and performance and ultimately, your playing experience.
The tone of your guitar directly influences the way you play. Whether each note is rich in harmonic content or flat and lifeless, the sound of each note affects how you pick, strum, and phrase your playing. Also, having the confidence in knowing that your guitar strings will hold up no matter how hard you play lets you concentrate on playing and staying in the moment, not worrying if you are going to break a string. Having your guitar perform to its maximum potential lets you perform to your maximum potential.
Here's how saddles work: A guitar string rests on a metal saddle, which binds and locks the string in place. As the string vibrates, it stresses the string on a very specific point and produces metal fatigue and then string breakage. Each String Saver saddle is impregnated with Teflon, the slipperiest substance on earth. The Teflon in String Savers eases the grip between the saddle and string, spreading the stress over a greater portion of the guitar string, just enough to dramatically reduce string breakage.
String Savers saddles differ in the sound they create because metal saddles have a pronounced 2KHz treble spike that dominates the tonal spectrum, while String Savers have more balanced, tone-sizzling highs, mids, and big open lows. String Saver saddles are made with a unique combination of materials to enhance tone and dramatically reduce string breakage.
- Enhances electric guitar harmonics
- Dramatically reduces string breakage
- Improves electric guitar tuning performance
- Base is lightweight alloy designed to maximize harmonic content
- Provides peace-of-mind that you won't break a string during performance
- Creates more balanced highs, mids, and big open lows
- Post: 6mm
- String spread: 2-1/16"
- Saddle radius: 12"
- Post spacing: 2-29/32"
- Post thread: M8 x 1.25
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When i was researching this bridge before i got it, i could not for the life of me find out what size bridge post i needed for my epiphone les paul. Epiphone wouldn't officially say and guitar-tech forums are much too opinionated and distracted to give a straight answer. I even asked every guitar tech in the town i live in, turns out most of them didn't know what a bridge post was. ridiculous, right? so i ended up guessing, and bought the 4mm post model. i was incorrect. i repeat, IF YOU HAVE AN EPIPHONE, YOU NEED 6MM POSTS!!! gibsons use the smaller 4mm post. i hope this helps someone out because it took me almost two months to get the correct bridge (mostly because the postal system at my dorm is slow, and my package was "lost" by employees for almost two weeks, in a very small room, mind you. This sites customer service was excellent, however. All my calls were queries were quickly and courteously answered.As for the bridge itself, it's a great replacement for my stock epi bridge. setting the intonation was very smooth, accurate and easy, and it looks fantastic compared to the stock bridge. It's hard to say for sure how drastic the sound difference was (i did multiple upgrades at once) but overall i'm very satisfied with this bridge.
I bought this for an Epiphone Flamekat with a Bigsby. I am not displeased with the bridge itself however the posts probably fell off of the same conveyor belt that the stock epi bridge posts did. They are just as wobbly. Oh, well- they didn't make any promises about the posts they included so I suppose I will not slam them too hard for that. The bridge is fine, just don't expect the posts to be an improvement unless your guitar is really low end. Why even waste material on including posts that are NOT an upgrade? What a shame, they had a chance to really shine and blew it by including trashy posts. I'll keep the bridge though I'd rather not gotten any posts at all rather than these weebles. Seriously, it isn't hard to thread these things to a tighter tolerance. Come on Graph tech, I am really upset about those posts right now, like the bridge though.