#1
has anyone every heard of the perfect tune bridge? i was checking out some youtube vids on it and im not quite sure how it works. heres the website homepage:
http://perfecttunebridge.com/

it seems brand new. can any one give me some insight on how it works?
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#2
Looks kinda gross and there really expensive... Oh the way it seems to work is when the string slackens for what ever reason. The bridge moves with it avoiding the strings going out of tune wether they stretch from heat or the tuning pegs get hit. Seems a bit over the top to me, locking tuners work fine for me in keeping it in tune.
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#3
if it was maybe 150 i would get one to try. but 300 is WAY to much to ask when no one has even reviewed the damn thing yet.
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Quote by yanko693
if it was maybe 150 i would get one to try. but 300 is WAY to much to ask when no one has even reviewed the damn thing yet.

$374, actually, plus shipping and handling. So pretty much $400 for the bridge, and I think you need tuners as well. And it apparently only works with .008s to .010s, no thicker sets of strings, very light considering most guitars with TOMs are 24.75 scale.
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