Re: OM floating bridge?
There's good news and bad news about the pin bridge.
The good news is you don't have to readjust it after a total restringing (or any restringing, come to that, since winding a string up to pitch always drags the saddle a tiny bit towards the nut - after some 10 or 20 restringings a floating bridge starts leaning to the head).
The bad news is you can't readjust it, e.g. when putting on lighter or heavier strings. Your stuck with a fixed compensation.
The rest is sound preference. A pin bridge moves the top in a different way compared to the floating bridge. I personally stick with the floating bridge.
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