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Old ABM bridges

Discussion in 'Roscoe Basses' started by eo., Feb 15, 2013.

  1. eo.

    eo. Supporting Member

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    Does anyone know if the old ABM bridges were brass or aluminum? 3826 wants to know.
  2. JOME77

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    I didn't even know that Roscoe's ever had the ABM bridges. All of the ABM bridges that I've had (one on my Warmoth now) is brass.

    I know that my first Roscoe (early 90's) had a Wilkinson (aluminum) bridge.
  3. eo.

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    Yeah, apparently they didn't use them for long but I've got one. Here is a hideous picture I sent Gard 5 years ago when I was looking for saddle screws.
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  4. JOME77

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    Same ABM bridge that's installed on my Warmoth fretless. Nice bridge. A bit of a pain setting the intonation but once it's set it doesn't move.

    Mines brass.
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  5. Gard

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    Bridge plate: brass

    Saddles: stainless steel

    :)

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