I have a friend that has one
on his guitar, yes.
The body is quite a bit thinner, I haven't measured but the internet says 35mm. That's 13mm thinner than a regular Mustang.
Yeah the Cross Guitars plate is great! I found it just a bit too expensive for this on the cheap build!valley_parade wrote: ↑Wed Jun 12, 2019 5:13 amOne option that's out there, and most likely what I'll do if/when I get a Bullet to mess around with: our very own Cross Guitars makes a drop-in bridge plate that's designed like an old Duo Sonic bridge.
https://www.shapeways.com/product/W9RZ8 ... idge-plate
Drilling for the ferrules was one of the most nerve-racking things I've ever done to an already finished guitar but it turned out pretty good (had some paint chip out sadly but meh it's a project guitar anyway)!
Never tried a bullet mustang, but most of my old UK weirdos (Burns, Weill, Vox etc) are 35mm thick, and that's absolutely plenty. Some low end UK Vox stuff is a hair under an inch, and that's pushing it a bit, but they are still functional guitars. Normal Fender thickness feels excessive to me now
No that'll work too.