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00:31The tailpiece is the attachment point for the ends of the strings after they pass over the bridge. Typically, it attaches with a long screw that passes through the end bolt. Some are simple anchor points and others are adjustable to apply more or less pressure on the bridge. Check out Mike Holmes' Mugwumps website for more on tailpieces and other items of interest. See also Oettenger Tailpiece, Bear Claw, Clam Shell, Kerchner, Presto, No Knot
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