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Hipshot "Baby Grand" Bridge & Tailpiece combo
Hipshot "Baby Grand" Bridge & Tailpiece combo


 
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The Baby Grand Guitar Bridge elegantly designed by master guitar luthier Chris Hofscheider, retrofits on Gibson® style stud mount guitars (3 1/4'' stud spacing).

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5 of 5 MuX Guitars September 30, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
The bridge is super high quality and I'm in love with the shape. It fits so well with a number of my designs it's almost like they were made for one another. A couple of the features I like on this bridge are the massive range of intonation that the movement of both the saddles AND the area attaching to the posts give you. Also, one feature that a lot of people might not think of is this bridge will stay grounded even if you swap out to graphtech, ghost, whatever saddles since the string anchors will still conduct to the strings from the grounded bridge post. This may not seem like a huge thing until you have to try and get a ground wire hole to the post of a TOM's stop bar in the event you change out to non-conductive saddles on a TOM style bridge. Lastly, the ability to lock the bridge DOWN onto the posts (which a number of TOM style bridges lack) is great for a vast number of reasons in both the tonal and functional realm. Sure, a couple other TOM style bridges offer post lock-down, and some wrap-arounds offer the same range of motion... but this bridge offers both those things in ONE package and does a heck of a good job lookin' stylish at the same time. When not using a trem, or instructed to use a different bridge, this is my go-to bridge of choice, hands down.

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