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A Revolutionary Fixed Bridge for Guitars

By: Andrew Jordan - Published: • References: evertune
If you've ever played a guitar, or know someone who does; you've probably encountered tuning problems. Different factors can cause a guitar string to lose tension. This can be because of poor conditioning, temperature, or playing them too roughly. A change in string tension causes the note to change. A new guitar bridge called "EverTune" seeks to change all that. It's a new piece of low-tech hardware for guitarists.

EverTune's main function is to keep the strings from going out of tune. This is possible via a Mechanical bridge that uses a spring and lever system. Each string has a "saddle". The saddle pulls each string with constant tension. This keeps the strings naturally tuned in any condition, or playing style. The bridge can be manually modified to fit any playing style.

EverTune looks to be a game changer in guitar bridges. Auto-Tuning bridges may be too expensive for most guitarists. EverTune can be retro-fitted to most guitars.

Evertune is currently only available as a fixed bridge for guitars. A Bass guitar, and Tremolo system bridges are currently being designed. Stats for Evertune Trending: Older & Chilly
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