I put a Gotoh bridge on my esp ltd ec 401 fm after I wore down the original bridge.I don't know if my hands are too rough of maybe I palm mute too heavy but I'm hard on guitar bridges.I wore the chrome finish off of the bass side of the original bridge and the corner of the low e saddle.The Gotoh seems to be made out of better material.After a little over a year I've wore some of the black paint off but the metal seems to be holding it's shape.It's also a very tight fit.Like it's just a little bit smaller than the original was.It doesn't just drop down on to the posts....I have to put a small amount of pressure to make it fit but then it stays in place.Set up and intonation is easy...like most TOMs.I would recommend replacing any cheaper bridges with atleast a Gotoh or better quality any day!
First and foremost, a decent product if you're looking to replace your faulty or existing bridge. It feels really well put together and the action, when adjusting for intonation is really smooth. I did, however, find the saddle cut-outs to be on the small side. Most of them aren't too bad and, so far, I haven't had a problem with any strings coming off their saddles apart from the bottom. I use a .58 (B tuning) and it's respective saddle needed filing down a little for it to stay put. With a standard set, i'm sure it'll be okay. As said, the rest of the strings (.13, .17, .26, .36, .46) are fine.
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