You asked for it- We went ahead and BEGGED the factory to make these!
The great Wilkinson stamped steel Tele bridge with three compensated BRASS saddles is a cool piece- but what if you want to mount a humbucker? A Dogear P90? Heck- I love 'em with an exposed Tele bridge pickup- Not only is the look cool, but by isolating the bridge pickup from the metal baseplate you get a warmer guitar, less prone to microphonics.
These are DUAL-LOAD- string through the body or use it top mounted. It's really a beautifully made piece, and worthy of the genuine Wilkinson name! Comes complete with the four mounting screws.
This is a real honest-to-goodness USA Tele® sized 2 7/32 string spacing- NOT the Asian 10.5mm - which is very common with some other vendors. This can be used as a real string-though bridge like a genuine 1950's Tele® bridge, and also has top-mount holes in the rear- so you can even use it on a guitar with no string holes.
You CAN use these on hardtail Strat bodies too- but ONLY if you have not already installed a standard Strat hardtail- or you'll have three exposed screw holes....
A great replacement for a vintage guitar or a great start on your Tele® kit project!
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