#1
I have an old Kohler brass bass bridge with a whammy bar. I have heard they are rare. It was put on my bass wrong so the intonation is maxed out but I still can't get it right so I need to replace it, just wondering if it's worth anything.
#2
A Kahler?

If it's in good shape, then yeah, it's worth a good bit. The Kahler and Hipshot bars can get pretty expensive, so resale should be good.
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#4
Quote by Hergiswi
Considering that Kohler makes toilets, I think you have a rarity on your hand.




Sigged.

Should be worth a fair bit, provided you can keep it in one piece. Maybe $200? More maybe, depending on how much Kahler's go for new.
#5
Crap, actually it is Kahler. Their name is in cursive and I read it wrong. It's in good shape, slight oxidation of a couple of parts such as the allen screws. I think it's at least 20 years old. I got the bass in the early 90's and it had already been on there for a long time. I'd keep it but I can't figure out the intonation, I have it adjusted all the way down and it still needs to go further. I'd probably have to cut into my bass and lower it or something.

Back when I was playing around 1992 I didn't even know what intonation was but now I'm back into it after learning guitar and it's driving me crazy.
#6
http://cgi.ebay.com/vintage-kahler-bass-tremolo-chrome-excellent-condition_W0QQitemZ320289371865QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item320289371865&_trkparms=39%3A1%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A13%7C240%3A1318&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14

Mine's real similar to that except it looks even older, the intonation adjustment is a split design. Mine's brass too, looks gold. That one went for like $150, I guess this one would be in the same ball park. New ones are about $250 I guess.