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Any TA Drop Top owners..

stink

Experienced
For the T, I generally find it to be too scooped sounding. I’m guessing that’s from being hollow, but not entirely sure. I have a pickup swap to do on that one to get more mids.
That’s the kind of information I was looking for, thank you! I wondered about the mids being scooped too.
 
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Andy Eagle

Experienced
These Wilkinson locking saddles work great & are a direct replacement on Anderson bridges as well as others like the Gotoh 510. These allowed me to not have the term decked & made it much easier to get nice, even vibratos & stay in tune much better than before, even with it decked. They sell out quickly and are out of stock now but can be found on Wilkinson Direct on Reverb: https://reverb.com/item/24879182-wilkinson-wls130-locking-steel-saddles?show_sold=trueView attachment 74530
That bridge is actually a Gotoh 1099 OEM for Tom, the new ones are not Gotoh anymore but OEM budget 510 copies (not great.)
 

Andy Eagle

Experienced
Beware dead notes and lively notes on hollow bodies as they seem far more common and there is not much you can do to fix it other that change parts out to affect the resonant frequencies .
 
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