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H140 Second Edition Tunomatic

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Hey guys,

 

I have an H-140 Second Edition, love it so much. Iv’e noticed the the saddle on the tunomatic is way out of radius and it really bothers me.

I wanted to Purchase some new saddles and noticed that there are saddles for Nashville style Bridge and ABR style bridge, anyone knows what king is the tunomatic kind on this guitar?

Thank you!

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By the way, does anybody recommend Titanium saddles? Are they worth the extra $? 

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If it's the black one listed on your other post, the bridge would be a Nashville style.

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54 minutes ago, davesultra said:

If it's the black one listed on your other post, the bridge would be a Nashville style.

Yes it’s that guitar

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Most likely you have a Nashville TonePros Tuneomatic installed.  

Edited by DetroitBlues

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You may have metric hardware on the H-140.  I suspect you do.  If you don't want to yank out the bushings for the bridge you may want to buy metric.  Send Brentrocks a message and ask him. 

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8 hours ago, Gitterman said:

I believe the bridge is SAE and the stop tail piece is metric

That sounds like a 1977 Ford Pinto I owned.  Half SAE, half Metric.  It was built in Canada.  I swear it was BandAid colored.  Good luck with your upgrade.  Take before and after pics and post them. 

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On 1/13/2020 at 2:10 AM, High Flying Bird said:

You may have metric hardware on the H-140.  I suspect you do.  If you don't want to yank out the bushings for the bridge you may want to buy metric.  Send Brentrocks a message and ask him. 

Studs are easy to replace.

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