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Tom Syle Bridges And Quality

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With T-O-M bridges, the big thing is getting one that won't collapse after a few years. If it's a cheapo then chances are the sides are going to be thin, the posts won't be strong, and the plating won't be shiny for very long. Look for one with thick sides, little side-to-side movement on the saddles, and a good plating/polishing job.

Gotoh makes a pretty good cheap T-O-M that won't collapse on you and has a decent plating job.

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