Vibramate V5-TEV Stage II for ...

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Vibramate V5-TEV Stage II for Vintage Telecaster

£154.95

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Manufacturer's ID: 94V5TEV

Now you can install a Bigsby Vibrato on your vintage Telecaster® guitar without drilling any holes! The Vibramate V5-TEV Stage II Model Mounting Kit is designed for a Bigsby B5 Original Vibrato and will fit most standard Telecaster® guitars that have a vintage style "Ash-Tray" bridge and 4-screw mount.

The Vibramate V5-TEV Stage II kit includes mounting hardware for the Bigsby B5 Vibrato and utilizes your existing Telecaster® pickup and bridge saddles. There is no need for drilling, soldering or removing the neck.

The Vibramate V5-TEV Stage II automatically positions the Bigsby Vibrato, neck pickup, and bridge saddles in the proper orientation ensuring a clean, finished appearance with great performance.

Designed for the traditional Telecaster® player, the Vibramate V5-TEV mounting kit has the same basic look and feel of the original vintage style "ash-tray" bridge while providing for a clean and easy Bigsby Vibrato installation.

The Vibramate V5-TEV Stage II mounting kit modular design allows you to mix-n-match Vibramate components for a variety of alternative options from various tailpieces to Humbucker, Left Hand, and Scalloped Bridge Plates. Now available is a modular tailpiece that adapts the Popular "F" Logo Bigsby Vibrato made specifically for Fender installations.

The kit installs in minutes and eliminates the need for drilling holes in your instrument.