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Thread: An unhappy surprise

  1. #11
    More likely bushings to support such a contraption:

    '70s: [ S70 | S300ADs ]
    '80s: [ X79-3 | X80s | X82 | X100 | X175 | S281 | BHM1 ]
    '80s: [ Detonator | Liberator + Elite | SF4 | AA ]
    '90s: [ S100 | X160 | X170 | X170T | SF3,5 | BB | NB | NB DX ]
    '90s: [ X2000 | X3000 | X4000s | DV72 | BHM1 | JF30-12 | Songbird ]
    '00s: [ SF3 | SF4 | B-90 | BB-90 | X160R | X500T | D55 ]
    '10s:
    [ Jetstar | R30 | D55 ]

    My Reviews: GADsGuilds.com

  2. #12
    Regardless it is still a beautiful guitar
    -- Wayne

    '79: X-175
    '89: Nightbird II
    '91: JF-30 BLD
    '92: X-2000, X-3000
    '96: SF4
    '98: SF III

  3. #13
    You can use big pins to pin the bridge!
    Don

    Guild X-170-T
    Guild Starfire V
    G&L ASAT Deluxe Semi-Hollow
    Gretsch 6119-1962HT Tennessee Rose
    Gretsch 6120 DC
    Gretsch 5422-12
    Fender American Standard Stratocaster
    Fender '90s Custom Telecaster

  4. #14
    Man, those look really cleanly drilled. Since the Bigsby + wooden bridge seems an unlikely factory combo, do you think there's any chance this originally had a Muller bridge or some other bushing-mounted '80s T-o-M-alike?

    '66 Starfire XII (sunburst) SOLD
    '71 S-100 (natural) SOLD
    '74 Starfire VI (walnut/mahogany body) TRADED
    '94 X-700 (natural)

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