GodBlessTexas Posted June 21, 2005 Report Share Posted June 21, 2005 I'm refurbishing my first love. An Olympic copy of a BC Rich Warlock. I actually recently bought a Warlock from the same time period, and other than the fact that the Olympic is laminated, it's superior to the BC Rich in every way, especially the body shape and contouring on the top and the neck (24 frets and a really nice, almost Wizard-like feel). Back to my story. Sometime between the last time it was all together and working and I decided to get it back into working shape, all the parts for it that weren't attached to it disappeared. That was almost all of them excluding tuners and trem claw. Anyway, I need a new bridge, and I have no clue what width it needs to be from E to E. The most common I've seen are 2-1/16" and 2-1/8" for electrics, but I'm not sure which one I need. I took some measurements and they are as follows: Nut width: 1-5/8" Nut E to E: 1-3/8" Neck width at 24th fret: 2-1/4" Scale of the neck appears to be 25-1/2" if my calculations are correct (actually, looks closer to 25-1/4"). Thanks for any help. I would like to get the parts ordered ASAP so I can get her back together this weekend. Remember the Alamo, and God Bless Texas... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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