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Trying to choose which Kahler is best suited for you?

Just answer the questions...

  1. For guitars: Does you guitar have a Uni-matic or Tune-o-matic system where the strings are off the body face by 3/8" or more? Yes or No
  2. For Bass: Basses are very easy to choose the correct model. This is because most have a flat body surface around the bridge area, so that leaves you with just a couple of questions to answer to get the correct bass model you want.
  3. If you're replacing an existing guitar bridge or tremolo for a current Kahler bridge or tremolo. Click here to advance to the next question.

Trying to figure out which model you have?

To start the process, select one below which best fits your situation.

  1. If "PAT APPL'D FOR" (1978-1980) or "USA PAT4457201 DS" (1981 - 1988) is stamped behind the fine tuner knobs on the topside, or Kahler "Professional", "USA", "Hybrid" or "X-Trem" is stamped behind the fine tuner knobs on the topside (2000 to present) then you have a CAM system. Click here to advance to the next question.
  2. If the word "FLYER" is embossed into the top of the saddle bar behind the saddles, it is a CAM system and called the 2330 Flyer. See a Flyer
  3. If "Gibson" is stamped on upper shoulder of the tremolo it is a CAM system called the 2230 Gibson Super-Tune. See a Super-Tune
  4. If it is a bass tremolo, click here to advance to the next question.
  5. If it is a bass bridge, click here to advance to the next question.
  6. If it has "KAHLER" stamped 3 times across the topside with "Made in USA" stamped in between then you have a 2500 series Traditional model.
  7. If it has "2700 Series" stamped on the arm side of the tremolo, then you have a 2710 Killer model.
  8. If it has "SPYDER" stamped on the arm side of the tremolo, then you have a 2720 Spyder model.
  9. If it has "Kahler" stamped on the topside and looks like a Floyd Rose with a thin 1/8" plate for a body it is called a 2760 Steeler model.
  10. If it is a fixed guitar bridge with fine tuner knobs and string rollers, no arm hole and has the "Kahler" logo, then you have a 3300 or 7330 fixed bridge
  11. If your bridge or tremolo looks like a Kahler but does not have a "Kahler" logo, you have a Counterfeit from the 80's.