yap. thats a vintage...
neck break/loose seems not that worse from what i can see.
can be a so called "vintage"
i would disassemble all metal parts and give them a good clean
with auto polish or
a baking powder an lemon bath..
after that some chrome...
i payed like 40,- euros here in berlin (bought the un slotted bone nut myself for about 10,- euro)
guy is a professional with self build...
as you i dont know if they will fit for an epi bridge,
but i´m no expert in saddles/dimension for the epi bridge.
and yap, better ask in the shop...
i would go for @Von Trapp s museum..
than looking for a single saddle to replace (i can t imagine that epiphone sell them as spare parts, as...
.. good to know...
a bit of lemon oil will do the trick..
(i realised that most of the fretboards in the stores are dry as f....
dont know how indian laurel...
mhh... no pic ???
heres one with the original bridge:
(the price !!!)...
never saw one with that headstock font.
were those around 80 build in the us??
only know those later "bolt on " ones..
naa ....its a gibby
those probuckers also pop up on ebay in europe quite often.
(not those "nos from china"..
i mean used ones from conversions)
they re goin from...
i went the oldschool way on my epi:
yap.. thats what i thought as well..
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