Anyone Besides Glendale "strate Plate" Making A Reverse Angle Tele Bridge ?

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by XXTwighlight, May 18, 2015.

  1. XXTwighlight

    XXTwighlight Supporting Member

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    I realized the Glendale "state plate" is straight across and not fully angled because at the full angle you would need to route the body.
    I understand I can use a classic/standard lefty Tele bridge, but I am curious if there is any issues ultimately with alignment (or other) on a lefty bridge used right handed?
    I'm also familiar with the separate standalone pickup ring type plates such as Glendale makes and a shorter half bridge.
    I am currently using an old classic Tele bridge which I sawed in half and flipped the pickup mount side, then flattened the edges the best I could. But it kinda looks like a mess.

    I may just go with the separate angled tone ring and rotate it along with a Tele "half bridge"', but...

    Is anyone manufacturing a modded Tele bridge plate with a reverse angle pickup position ?
    Thanx
     

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