Gotoh Modern Bridge for Tele

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Gotoh Modern Bridge for Tele Chrome

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Item # 0025
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$55.75

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Gotoh Modern Bridge for Tele Black

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Item # 0025-B
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$65.87

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Gotoh Modern Bridge for Tele Gold

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Item # 0025-G
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$68.50

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Gotoh Modern Bridge for Tele

A beefier version of the traditional Tele® bridge, featuring six completely adjustable saddles for string height, radius, and intonation.

For use with a Tele bridge pickup and through-body string attachment. This is a heavier bridge with a solid brass baseplate and allen-adjustable brass saddles. Mounting screws included.

String spread 2-1/8" (53.97mm)

Saddle dimensions
Width 13/32" (10.32mm)
Length 15/16" (23.81mm)
Height 7/32" (5.56mm)
Use a 1.5mm allen wrench for saddle height adjustment.

Baseplate dimensions 4" x 3-1/8" (101.60mm x 79.38mm)
Four mounting screw holes have 2-9/16" (65.09mm) center-to-center spread.

Positioning the bridge
Find bridge placement for any scale with our free online tool fret position calculator.


    • Item #
    • Weight
    • 0025
    • 0.564 lbs. (0.26 kg)
    • 0025-B
    • 0.568 lbs. (0.26 kg)
    • 0025-G
    • 0.564 lbs. (0.26 kg)

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5.0

Super good price and value

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This works just fine. Easy intonation and height adjustment, heavy quality bridge.

2.0

kidding...right?

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no allen wrenches?? I bought three of these at nearly $150, and Gotoh or StewMac can't part with 10 cents worth of allen wrenches? Has it really come to this? Please tell me this a packaging issue and not policy?

Like Gotoh bridges...for some reason...it don't like me back.

5.0

Great for replacement

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Great for replacement of the (3) saddle type tele guitar bridge

5.0

Highly Recommended!

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This bridge sounds great, is easy to install, and and is attractive! I couldn't have asked for better quality and the price is very reasonable. Only trouble is that I now feel the need to replace my other Tele bridge with these as well...

5.0

Great Bridge!

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Its a very shiny modern bridge for a telecaster and worked perfectly on my tele project. very pleased.

5.0

Big improvement

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I rencently bought a MIM "Nashville" Telecaster that came with a 'vintage style' six saddle ashtray bridge. I wish they wouldn't insist on putting "vintage" this or that on modern instruments unless there really is nothing better. That bridge is poor, even compared to the actual vintage 3-saddle bridges, for reasons that I won't go into here.

Suffice it to say that the Gotoh modern style Tele bridge is a quality build, was an easy drop-in and a HUGE improvement in the tone and intonation. I wouldn't put one on a true, vintage Tele, of course but this thing really spanks now and is a lot more solid and comfortable to play.

5.0

Quality

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Nice bridge...very solid...perfect for dialing in the intonation on my tele. Quality item.

5.0

Good bridge, can't complain

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Put it on a modified strat I was tinkering around with. Sounds good, looks nice, everything fit like it was supposed to. I noticed when you raise the saddles too much it cuts into the chrome a bit, but the saddle screws are generally covering the blemish anyways so it's not a big deal.

5.0

Excellent Bridge

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Bought this bridge and never looked back. These are excellent whether you are building a guitar or replacing an old or damaged bridge. I highly recommend this bridge.

4.0

Works fine

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The bridge installs without problems on vintage tele bodies - 4 hole mount. Has the feel I prefer - the american standard tele bridge feel vs. vintage bridge feel and intonation can be achieved perferct. However, I have 9.5 radius neck and the height screws for the 2-5th strings will stick out of the saddle much more than I want those to. My hand hits these screws; thus, I am hoping to find shorter screws to replace for the 2-5 string saddles. This may not be a problem for a 7.25 radius neck.

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