TonePros Metric Locking Tune-o-matic/Tailpiece Set (large posts) Black 

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A TonePros bridge will stay in place and not wiggle at all (even thread play is reduced). As a result, the instrument stays in tune better, has improved sustain, and harmonics will seem to jump out of your guitar. The replacement parts mount on your vintage instrument without marring or modification, making it more playable and allowing you to put away and preserve the original guitar hardware.

  • Patented pinch freezes and solidifies your bridge and tailpiece
  • Stays solidly set without movement
  • Improves intonation, sustain, and tuning stability
  • Mount on vintage instruments without marring or modification

It will make more difference than you can imagine. Click or call to order now.


Metric Locking Tune-o-matic/Tailpiece Set (large posts) Specifications:

  • Post diameter: .436"
  • Hole diameter: .250"
  • Distance from hole to hole: 2.913"
  • Bridge height: .421"
  • Bridge width: .545"
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Retro Restoration Complete


from Lake Zurich, Il

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  • Beautiful Finish
  • Functional
  • Improves Sound


  • Are You Kidding None

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    Comments about TonePros Metric Locking Tune-o-matic/Tailpiece Set (large posts):

    Novice only because it takes a long time to call yourself experienced. Last of the retrofit for my Sheraton. First Phase: Replaced Seymour Duncan 59 and JB pickups with Seth Lovers, replaced all internal components with period correct pots and wiring. Second Phase: Changed the tailpiece and bridge to gold Tone Pros, replaced black Sperzel locking machine heads with gold Grovers, and finally put in a bone nut. Even found a butterscotch cap for the selector switch. This is a sweet, sweet guitar now.

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