Locking Nashville TOM bridge - Nickel

Pinnacle Locking Aluminum Base, Titanium Saddles Tune-o-Matic Nashville bridge Nickel

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$59.99
SKU:
LPB-1219T-NK
Weight:
3.18 Ounces
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  • Locking Nashville Tune-o-matic style bridge
  • Made in the USA
  • Nickel plated aluminum body - non-plated titanium saddles
  • Includes 2.5mm allen key
  • Includes studs and anchors
  • CNC machined string specific notched titanium saddles
  • 2"(50.8mm) E to e spacing
  • 12" saddle radius
  • Direct fit for US Gibson guitars
  • M5 x .8 threaded posts with 5mm diameter top section - **included posts must be used with bridge
  • 2 15/16 stud spacing

Possibly the best locking Nashville bridge made for Gibson Les Paul guitars!  The post and locking cap both have a rounded surface that mates perfectly to the round receptacle on the aluminum body. Prior to locking the bridge, the pivoting connection allows the bridge to self-center and tilt for proper bridge alignment. When locked down, this connection will have a larger contact path for better tone transmissions from the bridge to the guitar's body!  

The tonal benefit of titanium saddles:

  • More presence out of your guitar
  • More volume – you can notice the volume jump on the guitar acoustically
  • More clarity – notes will come out clearer and have a quicker response without being harsh on the high end or thin
  • More sustain
  • No change massive EQ shift in your guitar – No extra midrange bump as with brass or scooped mids as with aluminum – just increase in all frequencies of the guitar across the board.
  • Tight, clear low end

The Pinnacle locking TOM bridge uses a 2.5mm allen wrench for bridge height adjustment. First, make sure the cap is loose using a straight slot screwdriver then insert the allen wrench in the center of the post for easy height adjustment. 

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  • 5
    Locking Nashville Bridge

    Posted by Ric on Mar 8, 2018

    Direct replacement and a solid fit. Easy to install and is much better than the standard Nashville bridge used by Gibson.