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Discussion in 'Setup & Repair [DB]' started by ctxbass, Nov 7, 2005.
that's a very interesting design. I remember seeing another type of adjustable bridge in a catalogue somewhere...the adjust was a singly wheel in the middle of the bridge placed perpendicular to the bass rather than parallel
Mike Pecanic has something like that.
It is a bit more advanced in that it has a wheel for each strong allowing individual adjustments.
I've seen Mike Pecanic's adjustable bridges before. Not the one I was talking about though...I'll have to ask my Grampa...I saw it in a catalogue of his once.
Here's another interesting bridge I found doing a Google search: http://www.mosesgraphite.com/images/products/UB-30.jpg
Oh. Think you are talking about this one:
Yes. That's exactly the one I was talking about. By looking at the picture though, I can't seem to see how it would raise the bridge height though...there don't seem to be any moveable parts in the wood.
Oh...I see...the wings move in and out to push the front of the bridge up...the point is to NOT see the wood separate.