#1
Hey,
I am the proud owner of a PRS Singlecut 245. It's a beautiful guitar, but came with a non-intonatable wrap-around bridge. Basically I'd like to be able set the intonation on my guitar, and if I can get a little more sustain out if it in the process that would be a bonus. Also, I don't want to have to make any modifications to the guitar (other than swapping posts), so a retrofit is a must.
I've read good things about the Pigtail bridges, but I don't know how easy they are to get hold of in the UK & I like the TonePros' pitch (locking posts for more sustain) but they seem to get fairly mixed press.
What would you recommend?
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#3
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Wilkinson do one I think. So do Badass.

If Badass does it, that usually means it adds sustain.
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