Bridge/Tailpiece - Gotoh, Combination, Stud Mount

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Bridge/Tailpiece - Gotoh, Combination, Stud Mount

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Stud Mount Adjustable Bridge, Chrome, 2-~\frac{1}{16}~" String, 3-¼" Stud. Hardware included.

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
P-GGT-35-X
Item ID:
009812
Brand:
Standard Series
Part Numbers
ColorOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
ChromeP-GGT-35-C609722145190
GoldP-GGT-35-G609722145206
Product Measurements
Item Depth13.2 mm
Item Height30 mm
Item Width102 mm
Metric Thread Major Diameter8 mm
Mounting Hole Center To Center82 mm
String Spacing10.8 mm
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions5.2 in. × 2.42 in. × 0.78 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.47 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on April 28th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
April 28th, 2017
The center to center spacing on this tailpiece is 82mm.
Asked by Anonymous on August 3rd, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
August 4th, 2017
The distance of 13.2mm (0.5196") is from the bottom of the bridge to the top of either the 6th string or 1st string saddle.
Asked by Anonymous on August 4th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
August 4th, 2017
The stud locks into the bridge using a retainer clip and then is secured using a set screw for increased tuning stability.
Asked by Anonymous on August 4th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
August 4th, 2017
Yes, this could be used in place of a standard bridge/tailpiece combo. I would suggest referencing the spec sheet pdf included on this page for true compatibility based on your specific guitar's measurements as the Gotoh products are generally metric.
Asked by Anonymous on September 8th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
September 8th, 2017
These are made out of Zinc.
Asked by Anonymous on January 21st, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
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BradWbr
January 29th, 2019
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This appears to be an acceptable replacement for that guitar, provided that it uses a single wraparound style bridge (center to center on the mounting posts needs to be 82mm) and not the stopbar/tune-o-matic combination.
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Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
Yves - June 8th, 2019

Very Good , Lots of Sustain Compare to the Aluminium Bridge that came with the Guitar

Bill Cart - January 20th, 2019

I replaced the one that came on my Epiphone LP Jr. This one gave me lower action than was possible with the other style bridge. It fit directly onto the stock stud holes, so I just screwed in the new studs. Done in 15 min. This one goes to 11!

mschlefsteinahoo.com - June 11th, 2014

If you own any guitar [PRS, Gibson LP JR, Epiphone, etc.] which have a wrap around bridge and are sick and tired of losing a good intonation span due to their limited and really not so great design... then do what I did, buy from Amplified Parts a Gotoh Combination Bridge/Tailpiece, quality made in Japan. I purchased the Gotoh Chrome 510UB [Sku# P-GGT-35-C] - they come in other colors. There is no comparison, no better value for the price point to this excellent bridge you will get both in string tuning stability plus tone.. this is a small investment with a ton of results... however, remember, if you have an expensive guitar and make modifications like this, it could reduce the value of your instrument as collectors and resellers do take into consideration the factory delivery of any instrument.. so, save the old parts if you can to retain the possible value... Installation of the Gotoh 510UB takes some skill to adjust it so I've included some instructions to help.. get one, get many from Amplified Parts.. and good luck!
The Gotoh 510UB bridge/tailpiece has 4 adjustable areas:
1. Bridge height to get the optimum string/fretboard clearance. Done with post screws up or down to ensure your desired string action and height [careful of buzz!]. This will take a few adjustments,, you'll get there! Don't forget to ensure the bridge ground wire is inserted into one post to avoid ground issues. There are holes on both of the posts included.
2. Final lockdown using smallest Allen key [comes with kit] once height setting is found. Carefully insert the smaller Allen key into height post and lock down.. do not over torque.
3. Forward and backward movement of the left and right of the bridge posts for general intonation using the larger Allen key.
4. Forward and backward movement of individual saddles for precision intonation [sharp/flat] using a Philips head screwdriver and adjust all the 6 individual saddles if needed. Using a tuner [I like the Snark Headstock ones... as long as it's a good digital, 440 tuner, all good!] and tune the guitar to standard 440 EADGBE tuning. Starting with the fat "E" string, check each open string against the fretted note at the 12th fret and the harmonic at the 12 fret. If a string is sharp or flat, move each saddle according to get the best intonation possible. Generally, flat means reduce the distance of the string and sharp means lengthen it.. adjusting the saddle travel forward or backwards until you are as close to the string tone you are tuning.. e.g. tuning E - 12th fret is sharp... moving saddle away from the bridge [trial and error is the master for intonation I think...]

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