Mitzlflik Posted October 26, 2005 Report Share Posted October 26, 2005 Still pondering my design and thought I would throw this out for discussion. I am wondering how important the angle of the strings on the bridge is. Meaning up from the ferrule/tailpiece area to the back of the bridge. Most string-thru-body guitars have pretty severe angles (between 35-45 degrees). In a bridge/tailpiece situation you seem to have control over this angle but is it important? Does it create more downward pressure which could (or could not) add to sustain, potential for string breakage at the bridge ect? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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