#2
For stability both work just fine. You are referring to stop-bar vs. thru body. The second offerers much more sustain. Same tuning, that's more of a Neck/Nut/Bridge Saddle thing.
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#3
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For stability both work just fine. You are referring to stop-bar vs. thru body. The second offerers much more sustain. Same tuning, that's more of a Neck/Nut/Bridge Saddle thing.


i know i was referring to their specific bridge which is about $170
#5
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I don't know that it's a significant tonal improvement over standard TOM bridges...Unless your bridge is kinda loose, ore moves around on the posts, you should be fine.


And guitars can't just be effortlessly converted to a through body design.



obviously but if you are going to buy a new one this is a distinct possibility