Hi Everyone! Long time lurker, though I haven't posted much. I've got questions for you all about a players grade 1970 SG special that recently came up locally for what seems a reasonable price. Pictures below! The guitar has had a repaired headstock break in its life (I know a tech who has gone over it recently, and despite being a bit ugly of a repair, suggests it seems quite well done/stable, so I'm not too concerned about that). The electronics are all original, but the tuners were changed for grovers, the term arm is a replacement - none of these are deal breakers... but I'm wondering about your thoughts on the bridge? Originally, there would have been a wrap around bridge on this guitar. At some point a previous owner replaced that with the old "harmonica bridge". The current owner hated the look of the harmonica bridge, but found that a Nashville bridge fit just fine on those studs (hence the current setup). It holds tune really well, and it may be a case of just leaving it alone, but I know, knowing myself, that at some point I'm going to wonder about what the original wrap around was like/if that might "add" anything to it. If for no other reason than the wrap around allows you to have the option of not using the Vibrola. I'm wondering if anyone knows - did the harmonica bridge posts fit into the bushings of the wrap around bridge, or would returning to a wraparound require the current bushings to be pulled and new ones installed? If it is just a matter of screwing in different bridge posts, I'm happy to do it myself, but if it requires new bushings, then that for sure is a trip to a tech... Secondly, any recommendations on a replacement wrap around? I really like the idea of a bridge that, like the original, can allow the guitar to be setup with or without the Vibrola. At the same time, though, sometime better intonated for modern string guages & a plain wound G would be better than an exact vintage replica (or vintage part).