#1
I am replacing my current bridge on my Dean Evo Tevo with this one

Bridge

will that bridge work with this tailpiece ?


Tailpiece


Also how difficult will it be to install both?
#2
I'm 99% sure that'll work, and if you already have a TOM bridge with the same measurements you should just have to screw the posts in and slide the bridge one. If not then you just have to drill a few holes

edit, oh yeah, and if your neck isn't angled you'd get better results if you recessed it into the body
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#3
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I am replacing my current bridge on my Dean Evo Tevo with this one

Bridge

will that bridge work with this tailpiece ?


Tailpiece
Yes. But I don't see a need for a roller bridge without a trem.

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Also how difficult will it be to install both?
Difficult if you have no skills.
Moderate if your skills are reasonable.
Easy if you have strong skills.

Extract the bushings, dowel the holes.
Drill accurately placed holes for the new bushings. install.


The bridge you currently have is much better than a tuno + tailstop.
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#4
the reason i have the tuno because i bought it and i cant return it

so i thought id use it with that stop tail
#5
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the reason i have the tuno because i bought it and i cant return it

so i thought id use it with that stop tail
k, koo.

like i said, you can use it, but it's a step down from the bridge you have now.
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#6
but wont my guitar stay in tine better with Tuno and the tail then what i have now?

because now when i bend to much it goes out of tune
#7
that sounds like a problem with the tuners, not the bridge.
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#8
Ah ok

i have Grover turners right now

what brand do you recommend because im buying new ones anyways

i was thinking Sperzel?
#9
sperzal, gotoh are good brands, grovers are usually good, but if they're the stock tuners, they may just be very low-end ones.
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#11
locking, even better. i say go for it.
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#12
ya

i hav another question

when i install the bridge and the tail is there certain spacings for installing?
#13
do you know the scale length?

EDIT: okay on evo's its 24 3/4, standard gibson scale length.

this means that the bridge should be 24 3/4 inches from the nut.
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#15
doesnt matter, but on my sg its about 1 1/2 inches, maybe 2.
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