#1
I have a Gibson tune-o-matic fixed bridge and the saddles look like they were purposely designed as wire cutters, especially whilst doing 22nd fret bends to high E. Can anyone tell me if they have had any success with these, or am I looking at finding a new bridge? Its a one piece stoptail and bridge$$$$$$
#3
mine work great. i used to always snap high E's; haven't snapped one since i put on the graph techs. another thing you could try is to file or sand down the saddles if you find any sharp points.

edit: graphtech FTW!
#5
Yeh the saddles don't wear as much and produce sharp edges hich cut strings.
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#6
yeah mine work really really well I definatly recomend them
Equipment
Gibson - Les Paul Junior
Fender - Jagstang
Squier - Tom Delonge
Cort - Katana
Peavy - Vintage Electro-Acoustic
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