Epiphone Thunderbird - Missing saddle :(
This is my first post so i'm sorry if it's in the wrong place or if it's been answered before!
I recently lost the saddle (including the screw) from the bridge of my Epiphone Thunderbird. I've been looking for a replacement and all i've come across so far is this - http://www.rosetti.co.uk/Product/Epi...-Saddle-Chrome - which doesn't appear to also have the screw which i need for it.
Worst comes i guess i'll buy a new bridge...so does anyone have any thoughts on that front?
If anyone has had this problem and can point me in the right direction i'd massively appreciate it!
Call Gibson 1-800-4Gi-bson
Welcome to TalkBass Alfie.
The question pops up every once and a while, the saddles are kinda easy to lose, especially if one breaks a string on stage.
The answer is always the same: e-bay.
An Epi oil-rig bridge shouldn't set You back more than a few $.
No-one really likes 'em even though there's nothing wrong with 'em. IMHO/IME anyway.
Hipshot Supertone upgrade is suggested frequently as well.
I highly recommend the Hipshot Supertone. It's a big improvement in my eyes, and if you've got the spare coin, you've got a great excuse to pick one up!
allparts sells the saddles for $20-25
Gibson and Epiphobe saddles are not the same thing. I have seen Epi's on eBay a few times.
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