Golden Age Roller Bridge

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Golden Age Roller Bridge Chrome


Item # 1275
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Golden Age Roller Bridge Gold


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Golden Age Roller Bridge

About This Item

The only roller bridge that matches the 12" radius of the Nashville Tune-O-Matic. Low-friction brass roller saddles let the strings move freely and return to accurate pitch.

We designed this bridge to work with Bigsby vibratos, in place of the Nashville Tune-o-matic. This is the only roller bridge that matches the 12" radius of the Nashville, so you maintain the string action you're used to. We gave it a low profile to keep the strings clear of the bridge body too, eliminating a frequent source of vibrato problems.

Thumbwheel height-adjustment studs and knurled bushings are included.

String spread   Saddle radius   Stud spacing   Stud threads   
2-1/16"12"2-29/32"M5 x .8

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.

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    • 1275
    • 0.170 lbs. (0.08 kg)
    • 1275-G
    • 0.170 lbs. (0.08 kg)

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Les Paul Studio Faded

(Customer's Reviews)

A must buy as far as i'm concerned. Easier to set intonation, stays in tune better, and I was able to get a nicer setup than with the stock bridge. Gibson should have switched to these as standard a long time ago. Oh, and it looks cool as well.


Lived it / hated it

(Customer's Reviews)

I bought a epiphone wildkat guitar some years back. I never liked playing it because using the bigsby would cause tuning issues so it just sat in the corner collecting dust. I look for a roller bridge that would work with my guitar and thought this look like a winner. I read all the reviews and seem like a solid bridge. I didn't realize that I had to drill out the bushings treads that we're in my wildkat to make this work. I almost didn't install the bridge because of that, but I did drill it out anyway. I figured I wasn't really hurting the resale value because it wasn't a whole lot to start with. Anyway I tapped the new York farrell's in place and set in the bridge. Restrung the bigsby and set the bridge height, all this was great an ez enuff. Tuning was a lot of fun ( something no one tells you about) then I set the intonation and I was done and man does it make all the difference in the world. Very happy I did this upgrade. Well then why did I love it / hate it, I never like moding a guitar in a way that I can never change it back. As for the Nashville style bridge that was on the wildkat well that found a home on a guitar I was having trouble keeping intonation on. So now I'm happy with two of guitars.


Golden Age Roller Bridge

(Customer's Reviews)

I purchase this bridge for my 1995 Gibson Studio. This was a direct bolt-on. I did not use the studs. This was the easies mod. I ever did.

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