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Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge with Standard Posts

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Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge with Standard Posts Chrome

Chrome

Item # 0167
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$22.00

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Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge with Standard Posts Nickel

Nickel

Item # 0167-N
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Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge with Standard Posts Relic Nickel

Relic Nickel

Item # 0167-RN
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Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge with Standard Posts Gold

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Item # 0167-G
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Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge with Standard Posts

About This Item

A popular modern version of the Tune-o-matic for solidbody guitar. Saddles are pre-notched with individual saddle intonation screws retained by mini hex nuts.

New bridge with vintage appeal: distressed look of the Relic Nickel plating is perfect for repairing old guitars, when shiny new hardware just won't do.

  • String spread 2-1/16"
    (51.99mm)
  • Saddle radius 12"
    (304.80mm)
  • Post spacing 2-29/32"
    (73.99mm)
  • Post threads M4 x .7

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.


    • Item #
    • Weight
    • 0167
    • 0.1530 lbs. (0.07 kg)
    • 0167-G
    • 0.1535 lbs. (0.07 kg)
    • 0167-N
    • 0.1554 lbs. (0.07 kg)
    • 0167-RN
    • 0.140 lbs. (0.06 kg)

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5.0

NICE LOOK FOR OLD '63

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GOT THIS FOR AN ORIGINAL '63 GIBSON SG-NEW ONES LOOKED TOO NEW! THIS WILL MATCH THE OLD FROSTED HUMBUCKERS

5.0

Replacement for 4mm ABR

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Replaced a 4mm post ABR with this Nashville style bridge. Gained more saddle adjustment and sustain due to this being a heavier, more solidly built bridge than the one I replaced. I would definitely purchase again.

3.0

have to file the notches where the strings go

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Oops ! I didn't know you have to file the notches where the strings go. Oh well time to see the guitar tech and spend more money.

5.0

Better than Gibson's TOM's

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I replace the TOM bridges on my Epiphone and Gibson guitars with GOTOH TOM's. They are SOLID, no vibration or loose parts, wider for better intonation. IMO they offer slightly more sustain because they are made from a solid piece with no springs or loose parts.

5.0

Perfect fit, replacement for stock ABR-1

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I replace all my stock ABR-1's or import ABR's with these Gotoh TOM's, I don't have to invert the invert bridge pieces anymore and am able to do setups, intonation better. I play a lot of bottleneck slide and inverted bridge pieces screwup the setup for slide. These Gotoh TOM's are the best.

5.0

A really well made bridge

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I purchased this item a while back from stew mac and finally got around to using it. I installed it on a Epiphone Les Paul with conversion posts. Now even though this bridge is pre-notched, you still have to file and cut the notches deeper on some of the saddles, and you also have to flip some of the saddles around in some cases just like Gibson and Epiphone does. Use caution when flipping the saddles around, there's a nut with a nylon washer and a screw with a nylon washer, these parts are easy to strip out, so take your time and do it right the first time. But this part also fits in place of a Standard ABR-1 bridge as on a Gibson Les Paul and such, it is similar to the Nashville bridge in some aspects, but best of all you can use your stock posts with it.

3.0

Good solid bridge

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This is a good bridge. Definitely an improvement over the Gibson/Epiphone bridge with the retaining wire. They say the saddles are pre-notched but they are really pre-nicked. So be prepared to use a couple of nut files when notching them.

5.0

Get this and don't waste time with others

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This made a huge difference after wasting my time with TOM bridges with the retaining wire. Since putting this in I no longer get any random buzzing in my IBJL Casino. Great item!

5.0

Better than stock Gibson TOM

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I use GOTOH TOM bridges on many of my Gibson and Epiphone guitars. Gotoh makes a very solid, stable bridge with more room to adjust intonation and no springs or loose parts to make noise, buzz or get lost...Gotoh is the ONLY replacement TOM bridge I have used for the last several years. I am NOT a tech, but I have over 40 guitars and have been playing since the early '60's and do some of my own set ups and minor work.

5.0

Gotoh Tune-o-matic Bridge 

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Drop in replacement on a Gibson ES-175. Very high quality item!

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