A patented bridge adapter that quickly attaches to vintage-style bridges.

San Diegp, CA (June 1, 2016) -- Tremolution, the manufacturer of the unique contoured tremolo arm, Palm-O-Low, has just announced the new Trem-O-dapter, a versatile, patented bridge adapter that quickly attaches to vintage-style bridges, creating a mounting platform for a variety of tremolo arms, including the Palm-O-Low. The Trem-O-dapter looks great, sounds great, and is a fraction of the cost of a new bridge.

The adapter's center pivot point keeps chords in tune, and it includes a spring mechanism, placing light tension on the arm to hold it in place. It can even be used in conjunction with the standard round tremolo bar.

Easy to install, Trem-O-dapter simply slips over the back of your floating tremolo bridge. Tighten the two screws firmly with the included hex wrench and that's it. It’s ready to play.

Watch the company's video demo:

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