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Edit - Thanks, FatalGear41. I don't feel like bumping this up though.

I have this Tele Thinline model...

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Squier-Vintage-Modified-Telecaster-Thinline-SemiHollow-Electric-Guitar?sku=514048

Not a bad guitar but one thing that ticks me off is the saddles. These six saddles ruin the string spacing, The strings go towards the treble side too much for my liking. I've palyed a Tele 72 reissue and it didn't have that problem because the saddles were like Strat saddles. So, What would you recommend me to do... Buy some Strat style saddles and fit them to my Thinline? Would that work? Or should I just buy a whole other bridge like on Fender's 72 Thinline reissue?
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Last edited by Gargoyle2500 at Jan 11, 2010,
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Either retrofit it with Strat saddles (as on the new American Telecasters) or go with replacement saddles like the Graph Tech saddles.