View Poll Results: PRS bridges

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  • Stop-tail

    8 25.81%
  • Adjustable stop-tail

    6 19.35%
  • Piezo stop-tail

    3 9.68%
  • Two-piece stop-tail

    3 9.68%
  • Tremolo

    9 29.03%
  • Piezo tremolo

    1 3.23%
  • String-thru

    0 0%
  • Other

    1 3.23%
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Thread: Your favorite PRS bridge?

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    Your favorite PRS bridge?

    I'm not sure myself.
    SC245s

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    I do think it would be cool if PRS would come out with a string-thru SC model.
    SC245s

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    Standard stop tail. A simple, sleek, sexy string-tool of attachment. Devoid of ego, deception, or lust. Never second-guessing. Doesn't ask questions.

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    I like the standard wrap around, too. Then, add a piezo...

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    as much as I love my Trem PRS Models... I still love the Classic PRS Wraparound Bridge!! The adjustable is great, too... but the Wraparound is more comfortable to me!
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    Regular stop tail. It's simple. It works. It's also very comfortable to my hand.
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    I like the ergonomics of the Tremolo, but I prefer the rigidity of the stoptail. So I voted "Other" because I like the Tremolo with a Tremol-no installed.

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    Trem 4 Life.

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    I voted adjustable stoptail because it's on most of my guitars. I use different tunings, odd gauge strings so....

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    Well, I have 6 guitars and they consist of:

    2 Tremolo
    1 Bigsby
    2 Stop-Tail
    1 Two-Piece Stop-Tail

    If I had to have the same on all it would be a tremolo.
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    Officially changing my answer to the Trem Bridge... they have overpowered me!!

    4 with Trem
    2 with Classic Wraparound
    1 with Adjustable Wraparound

    and 1 more at the end of the summer with a Trem!!
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    Great thread, it gives me a chance to ask a question.

    Being a very new guitar player (started playing around a year ago), that is used to a Strat-style tremolo bridge with adjustable saddles, what do you guys think about the PRS non-adjustable stoptail bridge? I've already got a Custom 24 SE, and I love it, but I am thinking about picking up an SE 245 soapbar (I love the tone of p90's). I'm sure the guitar will come with 9's on it, but I prefer 10's. I'm not worried about tuning stability, but I am concerned about intonation. Will I have any intonation issues by switching over to 10's, and how accurate is the intonation considering the bridge isn't adjustable except at the ends (Hi/Low E)

    Thanks in advance!

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    The two-piece rules all for me.

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