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Stratocaster Bridge Compatibility (6 pivot, 56mm mounting & 56mm string) - 1954 - 1969 strat - Any Vintage Reissue - Custom Shop Vintage - Time Machine Reissues - 50's, 60's, 70's Classic Series MIM - Made in Japan Reissue * String spacing can be checked at a number of places. It is the bridge plate that determines string spacing, not.

May 02, 2010 · So I've just finished my Black strat replica and have realised I'm suffering the old issue of string spacings not being correct. My guitar started out life as a Strat Plus Deluxe, and being a modern American guitar had a 2 1/16" string spacing.

Apr 04, 2017 · Strat lore indicates that the guy the guitar was develped for wanted this wider spacing. He was probably a finger picker or a travis picker. Dunno.[/quote] I am not sure but I think that it was designed for western swing. I like the vintage spacing. The next strat that I build will have a 1 13/16 nut. I think that is as wide as I have seen.

Jul 03, 2011 · Last night on ebay I bought a American Vintage Tremolo with 2 7/32 mounting spacing and 2 1/16 string spacing (I think from a Highway One). From what I've read, the mounting spacing on the body and the tremolo are the same, but what problems will I encounter with the string spacing.