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Bridge on the L-2000s

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Rafterman, Nov 2, 2001.


  1. what kind of bridge are the L-2000/2500s using?

    Brand i mean.
     
  2. craigb

    craigb G&L churnmeister Supporting Member

    G&L saddlelock bridge (Leo's last bridge design)
     
  3. how is it supposed to work?

    i read it on the website...but how do the saddles lock?
     
  4. EString

    EString

    Nov 20, 2000
    Los Altos, CA
    There is a screw set into the side of the bridge that presses the saddles together.
     
  5. craigb

    craigb G&L churnmeister Supporting Member

    Other bridges do the same thing (a Steinberger bridge does although the saddles are kind of "free floating" when not locked together). From what I can remember (the G&L site, G&L's site, probably has the whole story - or if not then The GLDP does) the bridge is massive and inset into a route in the body to make "fuller contact" with the body. Then the locking mechanism makes the entire assembly more rigid to fully transmit the string vibrations to the body & vice versa. This is designed to give the same type of performance as through-body stringing while allowing the strings to be terminated at the bridge.