Gotoh GE103B Guitar Nashville Bridge with M4 threaded posts

Gotoh GE103B Guitar Nashville Bridge with M4 threaded posts

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$22.95

SKU:
GE103B
  • GOTOH GE103B
  • Closed body Nashville style bridge
  • Available in Black, Chrome, Cosmo Black, Gold and Nickel
  • Notched hard zinc saddle
  • M4 threaded posts and thumbwheels
  • Stud spacing is 2 29/32"(74mm) and String spacing is 2 1/16"(52mm)  See pictures for the dimensional drawing of the item.
  • 12" saddle radius

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  • 5
    good reasonably priced Nashville bridge

    Posted by filtertron on Oct 25, 2021

    You can pay 5 times this price for a zinc Nashville bridge. in my opinion you won't find a significantly better zinc bridge, assuming the dimensions work on your guitar. using this on a Peerless Gigmaster Jazz to replace the OEM ABR-1 that has an annoying buzz. the Gotoh casting is high quality and for my money works better than the original. you will probably want to file and dress the little micro-notches on the saddles as somebody else said.

  • 5
    nashville bridge

    Posted by errol on Jul 31, 2021

    fit on my epi lp standard pro.. intonation great

  • 5
    Just the ticket

    Posted by Joe on May 13, 2020

    Drop in replacement for Ibanez AF floating bridge. Quality fit and finish, and a bargain. Shallow saddle slots, so be prepared with your Hosco nut slot files from Philadelphia Luthiers!

  • 4
    Good quality

    Posted by Geno Satino on May 6, 2020

    This is a good quality bridge, a little bulky for my liking, but one thing that I didn’t like is after installing the bridge I noticed it made my guitar dark sounding in a way that I didn’t like after that I ended up removing it

  • 4
    Nice hardware

    Posted by Robzilla on Jan 6, 2020

    I used the ABM M8 to smooth 4mm conversion posts to put this Nashville bridge on an Epiphone, and it was a perfect fit. The saddles were notched, but only slightly, so I cut deeper notches myself. I wanted to turn a couple of the saddles around for better intonation, but I couldn't figure out how to take it apart, so I left it alone (it's not the same as other Gibson-style Nashville bridges where the saddles are easy to remove).