I'm a big believer in the "less is more" approach to wrap bridges. I think one of the things that gives them their defining tone is the total lack of moving parts. I've got four guitars with a plain wrap bridge, and one with a Schaller 455. Give me a plain bar any day! However, I seem to have a problem that recurs on my wrap guitars. The high E string likes to go "sitar" on me a few days after being changed. You'll know what that is if you've ever had that problem. An irritating buzz that makes the string sound all pingy and lose a lot of its body and tone. I believe I've traced it down to a lack of break angle on most wrap bridge tops. They seem to have a very rounded top and the string can easily vibrate next to where it breaks over the top of the bridge. I've experienced this on a stock Gibson non-aluminum bridge ('99 Oxblood LP), Gotoh aluminum and Faber aluminum. My SG Jr has a lighting bar bridge, no problem with that guitar, as well as a cheap GFS bridge on a Epi LP Jr that has a lightening bar with notches cast into it. I've seen pics of the Pigtail bridge and it has a nicely defined ridge across the top of the bridge. I think that is probably the ultimate. I've heard that Tonepros has something called the Invisi-Fulcrum or something like that. Is it essentially the same thing as the Pigtail, a nice "bump" across the top? Long way around to get to my questions...does anyone else have that sitaring problem? If so, is it with a Pigtail bridge? I'm this close to buying one to find out, but the cost and tales of long waits make me ask for firsthand experiences before going that route. Is the Tonepros bridge similar? Anyone having a sitar problem using one of those bridges? Thanks for any info!!!