How does an aluminum JR. style bridge/tailpiece sound different than "standard" zinc style? I see wilkinson makes a neat looking JR/PRS bridge/tailpiece combo and they make one out of aluminum and one that is not. The alumnum costs more, and they claim sounds much better. How does it sound different? Anyone know? I am helping a friend pick some hardware on a couple guitars he is building. Right now we know we want a non-vibrato bridge and likely one where the strings are loaded on top of the guitar. That leaves probably a hardtail strat/tele variant that loads from the top, the JR/PRS style and variants that are combinations of a bridge and tailpiece, or the regular tuneomatic scenario. I am not sure what to get really. I have used the tuneomatic style the most. Have not used the others extensively. Opinions?