#1
And what they do, I've seen them around and have always been wondering a bit.

Thanks
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#2
fixed bridge... is exactly what it is. a bridge that don't move. as opposed to a tremelo system like the Floyd Rose
#4
Fixed bridge (can come in a few different forms to this):



Doesn't move whatsoever.

Vibrato bridge (usually found on Fender strats e.t.c):



No cavity, so only moves in divebomb position (other than when you're pulling it back up obviously)

Floyd Rose style (found on guitars like superstrats and Vs e.t.c):



There's a cavity so it can move in the divebomb AND reverse divebomb position.
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#5
Well......I could've looked at my guitar to find that out....thanks for clearing that up.

Would a Kahler fixed bridge help the tone or sound at all?
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#6
Yngwie, I'm pretty sure that second picture is also a fixed bridge.
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Well......I could've looked at my guitar to find that out....thanks for clearing that up.

Would a Kahler fixed bridge help the tone or sound at all?

Highly unlikely...well, depends on what needs help, but probably not.
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