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  1. For as long as I've been building guitars and basses, the classic Hipshot hardtail bridge has been the mainstay for builders needing a friendly, easy-to-implement 6, 7 or 8 (and now 9!) string hardtail bridge. This classic hardtail became synonymous with single-scale extended range instruments, gracing guitars by both amateur and boutique custom-builders alike. You could even suggest that it played a pioneer role in driving the development of these instruments and it's still just as popular over ten years later, regularly appearing on member builds here on ProjectGuitar.com. Hipshot have relea
  2. This tutorial is an update on the original by @Brian - all credit goes to him! I bought a cheap Alder body from eBay for a great price, however I wanted to fit a hardtail bridge instead of a vintage six-screw tremolo like it was set up for. The patient whilst I was sanding off the original finish and bad veneer: The plan of action is to rout out the tremolo cavities into accurately-sized rectangles and fit matching pieces of Alder without any gaps. Firstly, I located some Alder with roughly the same grain ring orientation as the body itself. The body is two-piece so
  3. Version 1

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    DXF drawing of Hipshot 8-string hardtail bridge for models 41160 (0.125" floor thickness) and 41165 (0.175" floor thickness). Dimensions in mm.
  4. Version 1

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    DXF drawing of Hipshot 7-string hardtail bridge for models 41150 (0.125" floor thickness) and 41155 (0.175" floor thickness). Dimensions in mm.
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    DXF drawing of Hipshot 6-string hardtail bridge for models 41100 (0.125" floor thickness) and 41105 (0.175" floor thickness). Dimensions in mm.
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