Schaller Roller Bridge

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Schaller's unique variation of the Tune-o-matic bridge features low-friction roller saddles for smoother tuning and tremolo action.

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Schaller Roller Bridge Chrome


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Product Details

Schaller's unique variation of the Tune-o-matic bridge features low-friction roller saddles for smoother tuning and tremolo action.

These intonation-adjustable brass saddles allow adjustable string spread, and are angled slightly for correct alignment with the offset mounting studs and threaded bushings. The bridge can be used with standard Gibson® guitar tailpieces.

string spread

1-29/32" to 2-1/4"
(48.42mm to 57.15mm)
Saddle radius
Post spacing
Stud threads
M5 coarse

 /><font color=About bridge & tailpiece measurements

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.

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    • 1266
    • 0.276
    • 1266
    • 0.276
    • 1266-G
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    • 1266-G
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Ratings & Reviews

Schaller Roller Bridge

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Gibson Midtown P90

By Timothy Fletcher from Arlington, TX 
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, July 26, 2014

Works great. String spacing adjustable on roller bridge. Vibramate and Bigsby B5 easy to install. Guitar still fits in the case. Looks nice and sounds cool.

Improper specs not enough info

By luther69 from Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, May 16, 2014

Watch the height! This was purchased for a 6120 and 1) studs won't fit the standard bridge base and 2) The bridge is limited in how low it will drop. It will not work with a Gretsch 6120 UNLESS you want to exclusively play slide guitar.

Schaller Roller Bridge

By MagicBiddie from East Texas
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, February 28, 2014

Excellent quality item, suitable for the highest quality guitars.

What an awesome improvement!

By SMY9961 from IL
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, November 18, 2013

Buy this bridge! After replacing my tune-o-matic with the original Gibson part, I was still breaking strings at the bridge. Instead of taking it to the shop I liked the design of this bridge and the reviews were good so I decided to try it. It has improved both the resonance and feel way beyond what I expected. My Les Paul Custom is better than ever! Thanks Schaller and StewMac!

Not just for trems anymore

By DJ Mammo from Kalamazoo USA
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, March 17, 2013

I have been using roller bridges on all my Bigsby equipped guitars for years. I have taken to using them on ALL my guitars that use a Tune-O-Matic bridge. I can adjust the spacing and intonate much easier with rollers !

Classic bridge

(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, February 02, 2013

well made product..typical German technology looks an sounds great

Best  Upgrade for Gibson guitars.

By Lee T from Memphis, TN
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, January 30, 2013

My 2003 Les Paul resonates like never before with this Schaller bridge installed. I never realized the stock Nashville tune-o-matic was leeching the tone out of my guitar. Gibson would be smart to contract with Schaller to include this bridge on every factory guitar. It was such a great tonal improvement, I bought one for my SG too.


By Nyati Custom from Springville, UT
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, October 26, 2012

Originally, I selected this bridge when I first started making guitars in case I flubbed on string alignment. Now I like the idea of custom spacing since not all player's fingers are created equal.

Rock and Roller Bridge

By Victory Pete from R.I
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, October 04, 2012

Nice bridge, I just put a Bigsby B7 on my Les Paul and this keeps it in tune well. Only bummer is this has 14" radius and my LP has a 12" radius. They should make one specifically for Gibsons.

Bridge over Troubled Waters

By Big Ron from Chattanooga, TN USA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, July 11, 2012

I have installed several roller bridges over the years, and I prefer them on my Bigsby equipped guitars. Normally when I get a guitar without a tremolo, I install a Bigsby on it. Recently I purchased a Super Eagle custom jazz box from The Heritage company and it came with a Schaller Roller Bridge. I didn't know what the brand of the bridge was, but I thought it was just something that Heritage had made for them. After a bit of research starting here at the StewMac website, I found that it was a Schaller Roller Bridge. I immediately ordered another one for my Gretsch 6120-1959 and I have another couple of guitars just waiting to be converted. It's easy to install, even if you have to shorten the threaded shafts of a rosewood jazz box bridge base. Nothing to it, good looks, precision engineered and the shape of the bridge doesn't grind it'self into your hand.

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