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Tailpiece - Kluson, Lightweight Aluminum, Steel Studs

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SKU: P-GKLU-KLP1141X
Item ID: 009701
List Price: $19.95
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U.S. made state of the art stoptail. Available in zinc, aluminum, bell brass and steel. A five step plating process for unmatched quality. True vintage shape and specs, not a reproduction of an aftermarket product that so many try to achieve. Steel studs included.

Introducing the new Kluson® vintage aluminum stop-bar tailpiece! Designed for your instrument requiring a stop-bar tailpiece to accompany a separately mounted bridge. This is a super high-quality tailpiece that is very hard to distinguish from the originals of the 50s and 60s and best of all ... it’s made in America! The plating process is a 5 step process which is every bit as comparable to what you would find on blue ribbon winning show cars and made from high grade aluminum. This gives you the same added string definition and note articulation the vintage guys crave and was also used by some of the greatest usa guitar manufacturers from the golden era of guitar building! Aluminum is commonly used when the wood types used in an instrument have a tendency to reflect a darker tone like mahogany or when the electronics used subdue the desired clarity. Swap out that standard zinc for aluminum and listen to your tone come alive!

OptionOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
ChromeP-GKLU-KLP1141C609722161268
GoldP-GKLU-KLP1142G609722161275
NickelP-GKLU-KLP1143N609722161282

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Just like the originals from the 50's, perfect fit.....

Willie B - December 9th, 2014

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