When it comes to the parts that make up a fretted instrument, there's a lot more than meets the eye. From the bridge and the neck to the nuts and tailpiece, these parts (along with many others) all work together to make your instrument look, sound and play the way it does. Thankfully, you'll find no shortage of these parts if you ever need to make an upgrade to your current axe, or even if you decide to build one from scratch. All through this catalog you'll find options from trusted names like Gibson, Gotoh, Grower-Trophy and Fender, each offering their own killer fretted instrument parts.
Before making any brisk decisions, you'll definitely want to think about your own needs and preferences first. Are you replacing a current part or do you want to add on a part that your fretted instrument currently doesn't have? If it's the latter, then the Floyd Rose Titanium Tremolo Bridge Kit would certainly take the resale value of your guitar up a few notches. In collaboration with TiSonix, Floyd Rose has developed what is arguably the world's ultimate locking tremolo. It's virtually indestructible and its amazing sustain and clarity will leave you awestruck.
Of course, if you're simply looking to replace a part, there are plenty of choices here as well. The Gibson Vintage Nickel Machine Heads with Pearloid Buttons is a top-rated item that offers vintage styling and a classic feel to your headstock. Even bass players will find a wide range of parts in these pages, including the Fender Standard Jazz Bass Pickguard 10 Hole White Pearl. Are you a mandolinist? Turn your attention to the Shadow Arch and Flat Top Mandolin Bridge W/Pickup. There's simply no end in sight to the fretted instrument parts that make up this section.
So dive in and have a look around. To speed up your search, you might even want to consider using the "Category" function, which allows you to narrow down your options even further by checking the box that relates most to your current needs. Whatever part you ultimately choose, you'll be sure to notice a huge difference in the playability and sound quality of your fretted instrument after the adjustment is made.