Go for it, I think we both will like it a lot! Your upgrade must sound great, as vibrations can not 'escape' any longer. Setups are such a ballache. Un-notched saddles for professional installation. Yep, you gotta slot ’em. The 2014 Studio seems to have Gibson's standard. Terms & Conditions | Registered Trademarks. Pasted as rich text. You can post now and register later. You may not have noticed, but on many bridges the bottom of the hole is bigger than the top of the hole. When I measure for the bridge position, do I measure with the saddles in the middle of the track? Gibson Brands, Inc. respects your right to privacy. Display as a link instead, × - No part may be reproduced without written consent. NVR2G - TonePros AVR2 with Standard Nashville Post Tuneomatic, "G Formula" saddles CAD$ 94.30 . Our System II components come as a package set, ready to install on your guitar. NVR2P - TonePros AVR2P with Standard Nashville Post Tuneomatic (notched saddles) CAD$ 73.60 . Your link has been automatically embedded. look them up on tonepro's website under studs. Knowing me, I'll screw something up if I know the loctite secret! Your previous content has been restored. Hi all; apologies if this has been posted before; I wasn't able to find anything specific, but if there's another post please redirect me! I have not had opportunity to play much since the installation, but what I did notice so far is that the strings coming up from the tail piece do not touch the back of the bridge. Prior to that I checked the neck relief and used the 5/16 truss rod wrench to bring the strings to within almost a sheet of paper to the seventh fret with the first and 15 frets fretted. This is called a funnel or cone … I am sure if you search around the way to do it is posted on a forum somewhere, or you could email tonepros they respond pretty quickly. I've poked around the web, but I'm not clear on one point. Those ceiling tiles jarred my aging memory. Thanks much. ugh, if it wasn't for the free booze we got as a perk for playing there I don't know how I would have made it through that night. OEM Patent Issued System II Tailpiece with matching threaded adjustment studs. Are you supposed to slot Tune-o-matic bridge saddles? I'd like some advice on this before I buy either; want to go for the best fit, and if nylon turns out better for me I'll be getting two sets! Would the bar happen to be 'Rock the House' in Wallington(?)? and just because the KISS tribute band were such assholes to us, we changed our set at the last min, and played every kiss song we knew!!!! The package includes: 1. NVR2P - TonePros AVR2P with Standard Nashville Post Tuneomatic (notched saddles) USD$ 74.00 . Upload or insert images from URL. 2. OEM Patent Issued System II Bridge with matching threaded adjustment posts. T3BP - TonePros Standard Tuneomatic (small posts, notched saddles) CAD$ 73.60 . I don't know the geometry differences or the reason why, just that it is so. TonePros technology and quality, iconic Kluson style. Available in nickel, chrome, black, or gold, and in standard and import models. By Manufactures and sells device to improve electric guitar performance. Ok so yesterday my order from Tonepros arrived and I installed their Locking Tailpiece and Locking Bridge, having selected the Chrome finish option, beautiful. I believe that the TP2 has a TonePros T3BP (if someone could confirm without me taking the strings off the thing - aces!) I too swear by Graph Tech nuts and saddles. Just use a tuner to help set the saddle position i.e., intonation. AVR2 - TonePros Replacement ABR-1 Tuneomatic, AVR2G - TonePros Replacement ABR-1 Tuneomatic with "G Formula" saddles, AVR2P - TonePros Replacement ABR-1 Tuneomatic (notched saddles), NVR2 - TonePros AVR2 with Standard Nashville Post Tuneomatic, NVR2G - TonePros AVR2 with Standard Nashville Post Tuneomatic, "G Formula" saddles, NVR2P - TonePros AVR2P with Standard Nashville Post Tuneomatic (notched saddles), T3BP - TonePros Standard Tuneomatic (small posts, notched saddles), T3BT - TonePros Metric Tuneomatic (large posts, notched saddles), TP6 - TonePros Standard Tuneomatic (small posts), TP6G - TonePros Standard Tuneomatic (small posts, notched "G Formula" saddles), TP6R - TonePros Standard Tuneomatic (small posts, "Roller" saddles), TP7 - TonePros 7 String Metric Tuneomatic (large posts), TPFP - TonePros Metric Tuneomatic (large posts, notched saddles), TPFR - TonePros Metric Tuneomatic (large posts, "Roller" saddles).
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