A Floyd Rose is a double-locking tremolo system designed for electric guitars. Invented by Floyd D. Rose in the late 70s, this bridge revolutionised the guitar industry throughout the 80s and beyond. Legendary players such as Eddie Van Halen and Steve Vai pioneered the design with their distinctive whammy bar acrobatics, bringing it into the mainstream spotlight.
Bass Guitar trem Tremolo bridge System fine tuners TK18. Superb quality tremolo system for four-string bass guitar with Rear loading bridge for standard ball-end strings. The light aluminum block, adjustable saddles, and fine tuners.
You are buying six saddles. SA7 saddle block size 35mm x 10.5mm. Overall length 67mm. Suitable for low profile tremolos. The saddle heights are numbered in pairs on the back: E & E No1s, A & D No2s, D & G No3s.
This is the collar that holds the Floyd tremolo arm in place, the bit you always loose! The collar fits into a 9mm hole in the tremolo block. The thread in which the arm screws onto is 9mm diameter. This collar will fit in any 9mm hole if you want to use a modern Floyd Rose trem arm on an…