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Secure your wrap-around bridge with quality guitar hardware.
This is the new locking version of the common Guitar Stud (tailpiece not included) as used on wrap-around style bridge and tailpiece combinations. Attaches solidly to your guitar and won't come loose or fall off when the strings are off. These TonePros System II components are the same that you will find installed on the top new guitars direct from the factory. The studs look identical to your stock pieces but will turn your wrap-around including Badass, Schaller 455, and Wilkinson bridge/tail combos into a solid, locking system. These new TonePros studs lock your existing Wrap-around solidly in place creating perfect intonation and singing sustain. Fits most guitars with wrap-around style bridges with standard SAE threaded inserts.
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Comments about TonePros Locking Studs-US Thread:
Great, inexpensive , reversible, upgrade for any TOM equipped guitar. I've swapped these with the stock hardware on several Les Paul and SG guitars with good results. Not sure I buy into all the hype about locking hardware increasing sustain and all that. They won't make a bad sounding guitar suddenly sound awesome. But they may help with tuning stability. These do give you a nice secure feel and keeps your tailpiece from falling off during string changes. The brass construction may add a little beef to your tone if you have zinc studs stock. They do have a nice finish and are very well made. I like the Tonepros stuff because they give you the option of brass or steel construction, and they have many more finish options than many of the competitors. I would definitely choose these over the Chinese made Faber parts that have broken on me several times in the past.
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