a tale of two bridges
one that reminds me of something I did some time ago
GNG guitars from Italy
go look around at the fantastic instruments they have built.
I lost one of the Allen key screws for the locking nut of my Floyd Rose. As an experiment I removed all the locking nuts. Strangely enough, the pitch drift wasn't all that bad. Even after a dive bomb or seven. Maybe it is a testament to the quality of the tremolo system - a precision instrument. Look at the guitar above. Fanned fret, Floyd Rose and no locking nuts. I am sure the owner of GNG, Giulio, would have put some serious thinking into this guitar before building it.
having said that, look at this......
10 string and fanned fret. Has a dual lower bout for assorted leg positions. There is some serious balance design implemented in the construction of this instrument. has the T4M bridge system.
plus it is AMAZING!
read the whole story
and don't forget the pictures.