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Golden Age Top-Loading Hardtail Bridge

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A quality adjustable solidbody bridge that doesn't require through-body string mounting.

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Golden Age Top-Loading Hardtail Bridge

Item # 5303
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$18.90

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A quality adjustable solidbody bridge that doesn't require through-body string mounting.

A well made bridge at a great price! Attach your strings through the holes in the steel base, below the intonation screws—no body routing required. An Allen wrench is included for adjusting individual saddle heights.

String spread 1-31/32" (50mm)

Chrome. Mounting screws included.

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


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    • 5303
    • 0.290

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Golden Age Top-Loading Hardtail Bridge

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Not a huge fan of this item

By Steve Fillipp from Lubbock, Texas
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, October 28, 2014


I am giving this three stars mainly because it's a good value for the quality of construction. Finish is nice, and it's fairly heavy.

Unfortunately, the design has some issues. When you string it up, if you have an instance where a saddle is compensated quite a bit toward the back of the bridge, the screws interfere with the strings, especially the bigger strings. In some cases this even causes the saddle to lift up a little. I'm going to work around this by either getting shorter screws, or cutting off the ones it came with on certain strings. Next time I need a hardtail Fender-type bridge, I'll probably go thru-body.

Mostly Great!

By \N from \N
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, October 17, 2014


For the price, it's a wonderful bridge. The one I ordered wasn't perfectly flat on the bottom, and it rocked a tad on the guitar top. I worked it with a sharpening stone for a lil bit, and now it sits nicely. So, there.



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