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I have a MojoAxe on my Les Paul and it works great. I've installed a lot of them on customers' guitars as well and have never had any complaints.I'm having that sitar like buzz problem on my 54 Les Paul. It was recently refretted so I know it isn't the frets. I'm pretty sure its the bridge. Do any of you have any experience with any of these aftermarket compensated wraparound bridges? I'd rather not change the way the guitar looks too much and the bridge from Mojoaxe looks promising, but its expensive. http://www.mojoaxe.com/
I'd get the un-aged, new looking ones, they tarnish quickly on their own.
Gig pic from last weekend:
25 years or so ago, when nothing like the MojoAxe was available, I took the original, buzzing, wraparound and modified it. I drilled holes into it and press fitted stainless rod stock into it. I staggered the holes to compensate for intonation and then filed ramps in front of and behind the string contact point to give it a defined resting spot. That actually worked even better than the MojoAxe and that bridge is still going strong today with no signs of string wear.