AGED HISTORIC ABR-1 NO-WIRE BRIDGE NICKEL

Gibson's first fully adjustable bridge was invented by Ted McCarty. It's officially called the Tune-O-Matic. The part number was ABR-1 and it first appeared on the regular Les Paul in 1955, although the Les Paul Custom incorporated this bridge from its first year of production in 1954.

Here is the 59 Parts hand aged genuine Gibson ABR-1 Non Wire, nickle plated bridge with 2 aged posts and 2 Historic Collection Thumbwheels!

- genuine Gibson part

- hand aged

- nickle plated

- brass saddles

- 2 posts and 2 thumbwheels - INCLUDED!

- 'GIBSON ABR-1' on the base of the bridge

- NO ACIDS USED TO AGE THE BRIDGE!

- each bridge is handnumbered

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • ABR-1
Categories
Year
  • 1959
Made In
  • United States

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59 Parts - hand aged guitar parts

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