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I recently went back to review  the  specs on the Honer Jimenez Bajoquinto. It states that it has a

ThunderwingTM bridge with adjustable saddle for optimum performance,. My question is this if any one out there has one do you know what they are referring to. I don't see where the saddle is adjustable unless they are saying that you can file it down. I don't see any pins or screws for adjustments. It is all wooden and what looks like a bone saddle bridge.Close this window



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It seems like you are correct. It looks like the saddle is removable and you can rework it as desired. An adjustable bridge/saddles is not the best thing for acoustic instruments tone though and that is why you don't see it too often.
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Thanks for the reply Erick. That is all I can see. I have had this bajoquinto for around two years the action is not the best like say a $3,000, bajo, however it is pretty good. I have had several players comment on how smooth it feels. I just seem to feel like it could just go down a little bit more. Thanks again. Here is a video of me playing it. Keep n mind singing is not my strong point, lol[biggrin]


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