The T1502 is a type of bridge produced for Ibanez by Gotoh. It was introduced in 2018 along with the .
The T1502 is a dual-point tremolo with a pair of studs mounted in
the guitar body upon which a knife edge rests forming the fulcrum on
which the tremolo pivots. The height of the bridge can be adjusted by
turning the mounting studs in or out; the studs are non-locking.
The bridge has six independent steel saddles the height of which
can be adjusted using two small allen screws in the leading edge.
Intonation of each string is adjusted with a screw through the back of
the tremolo plate into the saddle. The string spacing is 10.5mm for an
E-to-E spread of 2-1/8″ (54mm). The studs are spaced at 56mm. A 42mm
deep die-cast zinc sustain block extends beneath the bridge.
The 5.5mm diameter removable stainless steel arm is retained by a nylon collar which allows for tension adjustment.
The design of the T1502 is based on the venerable Gotoh 510T tremolo. The T1502 is used on the among other models.