Mighty Mite US Retro-fit AVR Bridge

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Mighty Mite US Retro-fit AVR Bridge

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Notched zinc saddles. Knurled height adjustment thumbwheels and threaded mounting posts are included.

  • String spread 2-1/32"
  • Saddle radius 12"
  • Post spacing 2-29/32"
  • Post threads M4 x .7

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Les Paul


Verified Buyer

I found a 1980 Gibson Les Paul Firebrand. Solid walnut! This fit no problem.


Bridge works great


Verified Buyer

Precise fit, excellent quality. So far it has performed as needed.


guitar repair


Verified Buyer

i bought these parts to repair and update a couple of older guitars very happy with the product as they appear to be made by same company as original parts ... they fit with no modifications ...there was small issue with original order on color of parts contacted customer service replacement parts got sent very quickly so overall very happy with service . will be making more orders in near future to finish up more guitars on waiting list. thank you for your quick service and quick response to emails


Mighty Mite Retro-fit AVR Bridges


Verified Buyer

Stewart MacDonald is the BEST. Super product and very fast shipping. I'll be back for more and many thanks.


Replaced import Nashville tunomatic


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Replaced a import Nashville tuneomatic on a 80's Vantage S696
1. The saddle pieces are pre filed for strings. They are close enough to where they should be so I don't feel I need to replace saddles.
2. The pole pieces are much thinner than an import Nashville tuneomatic made holes. This was fixed by ordering conversion pole pieces from eBay. And they fit very well. Snug with no movement.
3. The saddle pieces did not move far enough to be able to intimate the E and A sting. I had to reverse the saddles to get the needed space. But this might be an ABR issue not specific to the Mightmite.
4. For the first week I noticed a ring coming from the bridge and the strings buzzed at the 20th fret. After about a week of sittting and playing it seems to have gone away and sounds normal.
5. The ABR style bridge to me seemed a bit harder to manage than a Nashville. And I don't see how the wire helps.

I personally have not noticed any sound difference from the Nashville vs ABR bridge. One day I may pay more for a Gotoh or Tonepros and stick with Nashville style. or maybe get a more pricy ABR to see the diference, but for now it seems to work just fine. Especially for the price.

Grateful to Stewmac for having a lot of details about parts before buying.