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 Bridge for a Jackson KX10D 
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Post Bridge for a Jackson KX10D
5 months ago my tremolo got fucked up and I've been looking for a replacement... Unfortunately here in monterrey we just dont have any decent guitar shop, besides prices can get double or maybe three times from what you pay in the states...

anyway, I know this isn't Jackson guitars customer support but,
I'd appreciate if any of you guys could tell me what brand/model of floyd rose tremolo would fit into my KX10D.


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Erik Moreno


Thu May 13, 2004 9:25 pm
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I would recommend an original floyd rose. I'm pretty sure it would fit in your guitar.

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You could use an original floyd, but there might be a couple of problems with it.

1) the tremroute could be too shallow and you'll hit your string-lock screws on the edge of the route. This is because the lo-profile tremolo is shorter than the full-boar floyd rose.

2) the JT580LP in later iterations have an angled baseplate, whereas the OFR is squared. An OFR will fit in there, but you'll have a small gap.

You can find OFRs and the Jackson JT580LP on eBay all the time..


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