Schaller 4-String Roller Bass Bridge

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Roller saddles that adjust for height, intonation and string spacing! Schaller's versatile solidbody bass bridge provides smooth tuning for variable string spreads, ideal for custom neck widths.

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Schaller 4-String Roller Bass Bridge Chrome

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Schaller 4-String Roller Bass Bridge Black

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Roller saddles that adjust for height, intonation and string spacing! Schaller's versatile solidbody bass bridge provides smooth tuning for variable string spreads, ideal for custom neck widths.

Each saddle is adjustable for height and intonation. This bridge will work for string spreads ranging from 2-3/32" to 2-1/2" (53.39mm to 63.50mm).

The cast zinc baseplate measures 3-1/8" x 2-1/4" (79.38mm x 57.15mm). A removable 1/8" (3.00mm) spacer is included for raising the baseplate height if needed.

Grooves in the baseplate prevent lateral movement for more stable tuning. The strings mount at the rear. Mounting screws included.

Positioning the bridge
Find bridge placement for any scale with our free online tool fret position calculator.


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    • 0199
    • 0.667
    • 0199-B
    • 0.667

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Schaller 4-String Roller Bass Bridge

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Sounds great, easy install

By Broian from Tampa
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, March 24, 2014


I put one of these on my 1974 Fender p-bass. It was an easy install although it did involve drilling some guide holes. So in case you are someone looking to put this on an old p-bass you will have to add new holes. Sounds great!!!!

Schaller 4-String Roller Bass Bridge

By Martin from Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, January 10, 2014


Premium quality, super recommendable product.

"The Good Stuff"

By Scott at GroveGuitars from Cincinnati, OH
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, May 19, 2012


My customers can use any bridge, my favorite, and most frequent suggestion is this one.


Great stuff

By Dingobass from Perth, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 02, 2012


Such an easy and forgiving bridge. Had no problems setting intonation on my kit build jazz master, took me ten minutes and got such a sweet sound! Another quality product from Stewmac!

Schaller 4 string roller bass bridge

By cynical1 from USA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, December 13, 2010


Over the past 30 odd years I've tried many different bridges on my basses. Results varied. The Schaller roller bass bridge, in my humble opinion, is the best one out there. Let me explain.


Installation: There are no string grooves to cut. Just locate and center, drill some holes and you're done. The optional riser plate locks into the bridge, so it doesn't move during installation. You can even lock your bridge ground wire between the bridge and the baseplate if you're not inclined to remove the finish and solder it.


Intonation: Properly located this bridge adjusts in minutes. The groove design, the location of the fine thread adjusting screws and the quality of the workmanship makes this bridge one of the easiest user friendly bridges around.


Adjustability: No matter that your neck dimensions or pole spacings this bridge will accommodate you perfectly. The rollers adjust with just a finger touch. TIP: Using a pencil eraser allows you an unobstructed view and moves the roller quicker.


Tone: Here's what impressed me. Unlike the massive block of brass bridges this one seems to meld with your bass body improving tone, sustain and clarity. Subtle changes in your attack translate perfectly.


Overall: This is the only bridge I use on my basses. I have two guitars with the six string version as well.


If you think you need a new bridge...well, you're probably right. Try this one and you can stop looking.


Happy Trails
Cynical One

Gilles Danis

By Gilles Danis from Drumheller, Alberta, Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, November 14, 2010


I am writing a short review of the Schaller roller bass bridge. This is the best bass bridge I have used so far, it is solid, precise and gives a good resonance to the strings because of its weight. The wheel adjustment is very useful and user friendly.

Top Bridge!

By Billy from UK
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, September 22, 2010


These Bridges are very versatile, you can very easily change string spacing height and intonation. They are also very solid and good quality. Certainly a good choice for a quality custom instrument



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