Got the hardware today - a very happy mail day. Due to costs involved in machining vs price of imported saddles, David is no longer having his Triple Threat saddles made, and this is the last set he had. Sad, but cool. I asked him to do something a little different for the bridge pickup. I told him it was a very vintage style build, so he went with a lower wind of the 5/4/2 Alnico bridge pickup he winds for Dan Strain (Danocaster), with flat poles. The neck is the standard Tall wind, which has been my favorite since the first time I heard one.
The Klein bridge is a very impressive piece of hardware. The corners are nice and smooth, without the annoying crimping on Fender plates. The edges are comfortable, and the thickness is similar to Fender and Glendale plates. I would have preferred not having KLEIN stamped into it, and I would say the overall finish of a comparable Glendale is a touch more refined, but this one is a definite step up from the Fender plates at half the cost of a Glendale, Callaham or Rutters...all of which are great.