What is the height of your bridge?Ricardo Barros wrote:I had a similar problem with mine. I used EIR instead of BRW to reduce the weight. I kept the dimensions of the bridge the same as usual for a six string (except of course for the longer tie block).
So, you could considerably reduce the dimensions of the wings of the bridge, and that should give you a few grams.
Your tie block looks fat. Probably you could reduce its thickness too. It´s ok to leave a gap of a few mm between the tieblock and the ramp for the saddle.
Here is how my bridge ended up.
I have done that. Whether it's a good idea or not, I don't know. As Mr. Barros suggests, I'll lessen the tieblock mass first and lower the space between the tieblock and the saddle slot if further reduction needed.HNLim wrote:IMG-20161122-WA0002.jpg
Is drilling holes on the tieblock a good idea to reduce weight?
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