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Upgrade your bass using the extremely versatile A-style bridge.
Upgrade your bass using the no-string-through A-style bridge.
Breathe new life into your Gibson bass with the completely redesigned Hipshot SuperTone Bass Bridge.
Vintage Bass Bridge Assembly.
Upgrade your bass using the string-through A-style bridge.
Upgrade your bass using the extremely versatile string-through A-style bridge.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade your bass bridge or tail piece or need an entire replacement there are a host of options for bass bridges and tail pieces. When your bass is your prized possession, keeping it in good shape is probably one of your main concerns. Having an extra bridge or tail piece on hand ensures you can make a quick replacement should the need arise. Customizing the bridge on your bass can help improve your overall tone allowing you to fine tune and customize the sound of your instrument with ease. Bridges like the Hipshot SuperTone Gibson 3-point Bass Bridge give you the ability to adjust the bridge itself to your own specifications. From the string height to the side to side spacing, you can adjust the bridge perfectly making your strings sound just like you want them too. There are few other different types of bridges that have their own unique features. Options like the Hipshot Brass A-style Bridge Mount 2 allow you to simply place your strings through the bridge instead of having to thread them through a small opening. This convenient little feature makes changing a string on the fly much easier. Other models like the Hipshot Brass A-style Bass Bridge Mount 2 String Through requires you pass the strings through an opening and has extras in the way of fine intonation adjustments. There is an option for whatever style will suit your needs best. Tail pieces are a great way to put a clean finishing touch on your treasured bass. They come in a variety of configurations that cover screw holes and tighten up the bridge with a few twists of a screwdriver. These come in different styles and patterns that you can install, swap out or customize with relative ease. Bass tailpieces and bridges are at the center of your bass tone and construction. If you’re playing frequently or just want a tone and look all your own, these hardware options are an easy way to ensure your tone sounds tight and your bass looks fresh.