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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by tplyons, May 5, 2005.
They're back making the bass bridges. $341 apiece but surely worth it!
I dunno... seems like more moving pieces means more things that can go wrong.
Psh... not when they...
You're right! But who cares!
I kinda actually like the ball bearing based ritter and hipshot tremolos a bit more than kahler's cam system. However, I wouldnt mind putting a kahelr on one of my basses
Did they ever stop? cos you could get the non tremolo ones from warmoth, and vigier uses them on all their 5 string models.
ive always wanted one.....
Can't afford one.
They stopped making the trem's for about ten years. Glad they're bakc!
I dont find bass trems (or guitar ones) useful, i do understand that they might be fun or may give a nice vibe to some lines.
I think I'm going to order one for my new Sei 5-string that will be underway very soon, but, despite black ones being in the pics, they don't seem to offer them in black via the online shop, according to their menu options! I've emailed them to see if this is an oversight...
Puttin one on my Retro SX Jazz
What! Only 4. 5 and 6 string models available.
They need to make a 7-string model.
Are kahlers as hard to set up and intonate as i have heard?
They're a bit of a pain in the arse. Like working a Hipshot into tune.
Do the Kahlers require as big a routing job as the hipshot does? It's hard to tell from the website.
no... the rout for the kahlar is about an inch an a half deep, and a little smaller than the bridge its self
Yep. That's the beauty of Kahler, small route, almost easilly reversible.
I'm glad they've finally started making them though. I'm gonna try get one if I get a Spector and make the $800 off my Sterling.
I think E-Bay will be my friend in this too..
By the way, what's the difference between forward and rearward, sound wise?
It's for your bass depending on how the scale works out to the mid point of your bridge.
Now, I'm sure someone, somewhere is gonna debate that
Sweet, because the massive hipshot route was a big turn-off when I looked at those ones.