j. pierce Posted June 11, 2006 Report Share Posted June 11, 2006 Anyone have any thoughts on the merits of the L.R. Baggs piezo system (x-bridge and t-bridge) vs. the GraphTech solutions? I'm leaning towards graphtec, because I like a slippery/roller saddle like that (the guitar is planned to be a trem guitar) and I looking at their online store it seems like I can get a schaller TOM (my preferred bridge) through them with the Ghost saddles - I'm willing to swap rollers for graphite in exchange for the tonal possibilities, especially since the graphite should still help with trem use. But I'm wondering if anyone has any compelling reason that I shouldn't go with the LR Baggs system? I realize that I'm not going to get an "acoustic" sound out of these types of bridges, but I played guitar with a piezo set up, and the tone was very interesting for some uses, and I'm intrigued by what I can do with a hex output. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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