#1
I have a crappy target les paul (I think its called Epoch) and it only has a tailpeice. I was wondering if i could put a bridge on it and move back the tailpiece about half an inch back or would this ruin the harmonics or something else? Thanks in advance.
#2
well if you put the bridge in the same spot as the bridge, , it wont. But your gonna have to drill holes for the tailepiece.
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#4
^ The Wrap-around bridge pretty much IS a tailpiece. Some do have a ridge along the top which has been compensated for intonation, but the only way to intonate the old Gibson Wrap-arounds was by a grub screw on each post to adjust the angle. How accurate...
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#6
^ I do. MUCH better intonation adjustment, and the strings won't move around as much as they might on a Wrap-around. Easier to adjust action too.
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#8
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But on an Epoch? They're worse than low end Squiers.


Haha, i know. I just thought I could do something to ease its pain besides killing it.