Modified Mustang® Bridge, Chrome

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Modified Mustang® Bridge, Chrome

Modified Mustang® Bridge, Chrome
Item #: WMB1C
Our Price: $47.50
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The Warmoth Mustang®/Jaguar® replacement neck features a compound radius (10" - 16") fingerboard (much better for low action and string bending). Many stock Mustang bridges feature a vintage 7-1/4" radius... not so good. To allow adjustment to any desired radius, we offer modified Mustang® bridges with individual saddle height adjustments on every saddle. This bridge works on Warmoth's Mustang®, Jaguar® and Jazzmaster® style bodies.

Symmetrical design works both right or left handed.

Bridge Post spacing: 2-7/8"
Mounting Cup Diameter: 9 mm
String Spread: 2-3/16"


Comes complete with:
1 Bridge with mounting cups
2 Allen Wrench
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by Scott
on 1/12/2013
I like this better than my Mastery!
I gave up on the stock JM bridge pretty quickly and picked up a Mastery bridge.  Two things really bothered me about the Mastery: 1 narrow string spacing and 2 it totally changed the guitars sound & feel.  The price kinda sucked too.

My JM has a 9.5" radius, so I could not use the regular Mustang bridge.  Then I stumbled on the product above.  Once I put it on I could see and hear the potential and sold the Mastery.  The only trouble with this bridge was the allen screws were too long, by a lot, and they are 2.6mm which is impossible to find in the US!  Unless you want to buy 1,000 of them.

I wasn't sure it would work, but I put the screws into the bolt cutter holes in my cheap wire stripper and a little persuasion got them down to a useable size.  I then set the saddle's radius to match the neck and applied blue loc-tite to keep it there.  It is easy to adjust the height with the screws that are in the "thimble".

Now my JM sounds like a JM, but it can play classic rock and blues!
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