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1960 Dual Loader Bridge

Cold roll steel 16 gauge (0.58"); just a bit thicker for added strength. The original was 18 gauge (0.048"). Between the added thickness and my bending method, this one is stiff and extremely flat, solving that "squealing" issue. The added thickness does not take away any "Twang". Use the Broadcaster saddles for that woody throaty tone, or the brass saddles for a thicker warmer tone. Complete with the addition of the ability to load the strings, top loader.
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Rutters Bridge

**** OUT OF STOCK ****

Machined from billet Cold Roll Steel (CRS) 0.10 thick for added sustain and full tone; double cut smooth edges and back cut around the pickup to retain “Twang”. Vintage 4-hole mount, 2 1/8" string spacing. Includes choice of “Rutters straight comp saddles."
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Rutters Modern Bridge

This bridge replaces the "American Standard" so you can have a three saddle choice, which boosts the tone to where it should be. Made from CRS nickel plating; complete with both string through and top loader. 2 1/8" string spacing.
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Rutters Vintage Stamped Bridge, Chrome Plate

Cold roll steel 16 gauge (0.58"); just a bit thicker for added strength. The original was 18 gauge (0.048"). Between the added thickness and my bending method, this one is stiff and extremely flat, solving that "squealing" issue. The added thickness does not take away any "Twang". Use the Broadcaster saddles for that woody throaty tone, or the brass saddles for a thicker warmer tone.
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Vintage Trimmed Sides Bridge

Cold roll steel 16 gauge (0.58"); just a bit thicker for added strength. The original was 18 gauge (0.048"). Between the added thickness and my bending method, this one is stiff and extremely flat, solving that "squealing" issue. The added thickness does not take away any "Twang". Use the Broadcaster saddles for that woody throaty tone, or the brass saddles for a thicker warmer tone. With trimmed sides for preference and added comfort.
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Rutters Vintage Stamped Bridge, Nickel Plate

Cold roll steel 16 gauge (0.58"); just a bit thicker for added strength. The original was 18 gauge (0.048"). Between the added thickness and my bending method, this one is stiff and extremely flat, solving that "squealing" issue. The added thickness does not take away any "Twang". Use the Broadcaster saddles for that woody throaty tone, or the brass saddles for a thicker warmer tone.
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