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Super-Vee BladeRunner Stratocaster Tremolo Vintage Mount


The Super-Vee BladeRunner is a new concept in Strat tremolo bridges. This bridge stays in tune better than any non-locking Srat bridge we've seen- sometimes it's hard to believe it's not a locking system. The Super-Vee BladeRunner is the most problem-free, stable, solid Strat bridge we have seen without going to cumbersome and costly locking systems.

Unlike conventional Strat vibrato systems, the Blade Runner does not depend on the mounting screws for its pivot point and eliminates the friction that causes vibrato bridges to not come back exactly in the same position.

In addition to the actual improvement in tuning and stability, the BladeRunner tremolo arm can be adjusted to any postion, or swing "free" depending on personal preference. The Tremolo block has also been redesigned with a material and mass that optimizes the tone and sustain.

The BladeRunner slaps right into existing Strats (and other similar tremolo-equipped guitars) with no modification. With precision milled parts and a heavy tremolo block, this is one incredible bridge!
See why players like Eric Johnson have been using Super-Vee systems on their instruments.

This Super-Vee BladeRunner is designed for the 6-screw vintage bridge mounts.

Super-Vee BladeRunner Stratocaster Tremolo Vintage Mount Features:

  • Stays in tune better than any other non-locking bridge without the hassle of locking nuts and tools.
  • Exact retrofit for most Strats

List price: $179.95

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Rainbow Reviews:

Pete Fine


To test the Super-Vee Blade Runner, we enlisted Armando Moreno, our Metal Guitar Master, to run it through its paces. He went to town on the whammy bar, making believe it was a locking tremolo system, ... Read More

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