When you say "Dan's mojoaxe bridge...", is the implication that "Dan" of MojoAxe is around MLP at all?Looks like an ugly version of Dan's mojoaxe bridge....
Danelectro is Dan. Great product!!When you say "Dan's mojoaxe bridge...", is the implication that "Dan" of MojoAxe is around MLP at all?
If he is, I want to shake (metaphorically) his hand. My '52 was excellent before I fitted a MojoAxe.
But after fitting it, playability and sound became sublime. What an astonishingly good product
Thatbis because in the early 60s gibson moved the bridge studs and went to the lightning bolt style bridge.The additional material that makes contact with the treble-side stud makes sense to my engineering brain. Also curious about the offset string holes which allegedly put the strings directly over the pickup pole pieces. I have Mojoaxe bridges on both of my Specials. Strings are aligned fine on my '59, but they're way off on the '74.
I agree, the design changes make sense to me. I'm surprised this hasn't gotten more traction here....I’d like to see how it looks on a vintage wrap tail Gibson.
Ah yes, just saw that. It certainly isn’t an eye sore but it’s more obvious than the Mojoaxe. I think if I didn’t have the Mojoaxe I’d certainly consider this but I highly doubt there’s going to be enough difference between the two to justify the purchase for me.I agree, the design changes make sense to me. I'm surprised this hasn't gotten more traction here.
Did you watch the video? Tom Bukovac (Nashville session player) has one on a mid 50's Jr. Looks fine to me.