I’d get a model with un-notched brass saddles, use nut files to get them at the level required, then do some final shaping. TonePros or lots of generic choices for much less money. Not all roller bridges are equal and it varies from a sample to another one. I dont like the fact that the string groove is a generic size and they always fall out with hard travis picking. If a roller bridge is not wanted, just about any TOM can be adjusted for radius. Metric; Standard; Standard. I had one on my anniversary and they feel like giant rollerskates. So does my Tru-Arc SerpenTune bridge. They continue to roll after the bridge has reached its "rocking" range. Less friction is the better thing. Locking Roller Bridges; 7 String Tailpieces; Aluminum Tailpieces; Locking Replacement; Locking Replacement; Vintage Steel; Adjustable Wraparound; Vintage Aluminum Wraparound ; You are Here: Home » Store Home » Bridges and Tailpiece Sets » Standard. The TonePros Model NVR2P is a AVR2 style bridge engineered with vintage accuracy, modern technology, and compatibility in mind. tonepros makes a decent one if you like the rollerskates, I think there is nothing better than the Tonepros AVR-II. The TonePros design roller saddles are engineered to allow the strings to roll smoothly, while the TonePros patented system locks the bridge solidly in place allowing for the strings to always return exactly in tune when trem’ed. LPM04 - TonePros Standard Tuneomatic/Tailpiece set … Pick a TOM, there are many, just double check your post spread and post diameter. This second generation AVR2 bridge is engineered to directly retrofit all Nashville style bridges, allowing for an easy transition to vintage feel and tone on modern instrument. 14 UD 4 years ago I have a Gretsch 6120 DSV & Gibson ES-195 both have a TonePros Roller bridge. I have seen Gretsches with Roller bridges or roller saddles but not sure where they come from. are they a stock part? TonePros Standard Tuneomatic (small posts, "Roller" saddles) -- TP6R - NICKEL: Amazon.ca: Musical Instruments, Stage & Studio The thing I like about good roller bridges is the roller moves with wound strings, the ones most likely to have some hangups. Bridges and Tailpiece Sets. Showing 1-2 of 2 results. My Gretsch Rocking Bar Bridges - hence their names - "rocks" a little on their bases. TonePros TP6R provides superior performance on all Bigsby-style tremolo equipped guitars. i.e. I had some TonePros roller bridges that were full of backlash and needed glueing to reduce it. My Gibson ES-195 came stock with a roller bridge…