Nashville Tune-o-matic Bridge

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Nashville Tune-o-matic Bridge Chrome, with studs and bushings

Chrome, with studs and bushings

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Nashville Tune-o-matic Bridge Nickel, with studs and bushings

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Nashville Tune-o-matic Bridge

The adjustable bridge design found on current Gibson® solidbodies, with unnotched saddles with individual saddle screw retainer clips.

Thumbwheel height-adjustment studs and bushings are included.

String
spread
Saddle
radius
Post
spacing
Post
threads
2-1/32"12"2-15/16"M5 x .8


Note: If you wish to use Graph Tech String Saver Tune-o-matic Saddles on these bridges, order #3091.

About bridge & tailpiece measurements

Bridge and Tailpiece reference image

String spread is the distance between the centers of the outer strings on a bridge or tailpiece.

Saddle radius determines the arc formed by all the individual saddle heights, and is similar to the measurement of a fretboard.

Stud/post spacing is the distance between the centers of the mounting posts of a bridge or 'stop' tailpiece.

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

Tip: Slotting Tune-o-matic style saddles
Nut slotting files work great for metal saddles. Choose your file size as you would when slotting a nut: use the same gauge as the string, or a few thousandths larger. After filing to the desired depth, we suggest polishing the slot with Mitchell's Abrasive Cord to remove file marks and burrs.


Use this drill bit to install this bridge:

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Trade Secrets!

Are you supposed to slot Tune-o-matic bridge saddles?

Customers often ask how and why they should put slots in the saddles of their new Tune-o-matic bridge. Erick Coleman provides the answers in this issue of Trade Secrets.

    • Item #
    • Weight
    • 4502
    • 0.157 lbs. (0.07 kg)
    • 4502-G
    • 0.154 lbs. (0.07 kg)
    • 4502-N
    • 0.163 lbs. (0.07 kg)

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Just what this old 335 needed. Replaced the bent and corroded abr-1 and now the guitar looks beautiful, sustains for days and plays in tune.

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Top Quality Bridge!

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This is a top quality, well built, and great looking bridge. The saddles aren't notched, and the material they are made from is very hard, so just be prepared. I replaced a roller bridge with this Nashville Tune-o-matic, (I also made a new bone nut at the same time), and between the two, it really made my guitar wake up. Highly recommended.

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A quality upgrade

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I purchased this as replacement, for my 2004 Firebird V. It's beef-ier than the ABR, and did add sustain.

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