TMB4 for Lap Steel and Custom Guitar Applications

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Use the TMB4 on Lap Steel projects. The TMB4 is also used for custom guitar set-ups. You can use your pre-existing bridge and use the trilogy as your tailpiece. Here's how it works...... The Trilogy provides you with instant, smooth, and precise retuning of each string to three player-preset notes by means of specifically designed cam levers. Each string is independent of adjacent strings. (Tuning ranges of the 6th and 5th strings are approximately an octave; the 4th and 3rd strings are over a fifth; the 2nd string is approximately a fourth; and the 1st string is over a minor third.)



Please Note: We fabricate and hand finish a wide variety of products at our factory in Interlaken, New York. As a result it may take several weeks to ship your order. We apologize for any delays and hope you enjoy the quality.

Customer Reviews
Bruce Lee Rose
I purchased a TMB4 more than 20 years ago and mounted it on a heavily modified Gibson L6S by means of a simple T-6 adapter plate I cut to shape using a beer can as a template, then powder coated to match. The unit has been in steady use ever since, and continues to perform flawlessly today. One thing I still find strange is that even after twenty years Hipshot still refuses to offer the TMB for any non-Fender 6-String guitar. I find this especially puzzling as my L6S, with its one piece solid maple body and 3-piece baseball bat sized maple set neck, is far better suited to this unit than any skinny bolt-necked Fender ever could be. Don't misunderstand; I love Fenders. It's just that the TMB ideally wants an instrument that is rock steady, absolutely stable, immovable - and a Fender that allows you to "bend" notes or create "vibrato" just by shaking the neck hardly qualifies. Be that as it may, the TMB4 does exactly what it claims to do - even after more than twenty years of regular use. What more could you ask for?
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