Classical Guitar Bridge

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Classical Guitar Bridge Ebony

Ebony

Item # 5357
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$25.25

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Classical Guitar Bridge Rosewood

Rosewood

Item # 5358
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$20.90

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Classical Guitar Bridge

Enhance the appearance of your nylon-string classical guitar with this well-made machined unpolished bridge.

It's available in rosewood or ebony, and the string block is trimmed with handsome mitered black/white maple purfling. Saddle not included, see our saddles here.

Size 7.286" x 1.166" x .357" (185.06mm x 29.62mm x 9.07mm)
String spread 2.360" (59.94mm)
Saddle slot width .116" (2.95mm)

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


    • Item #
    • Weight
    • 5357
    • 0.078 lbs. (0.04 kg)
    • 5358
    • 0.052 lbs. (0.02 kg)

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very well made and quality indian rosewood

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very nicely made and the indian rosewood is straight grained and a nice dark color. I should make my own, but at this price and once finished, I really do find it difficult to justify making them yourself.

5.0

Pretty cool bridge

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Good dimensions, wood is finished very nice (with sand paper it doesn't have finish on int). I've bought others bridges and i've had to remove a lot of wood and remove a lot of machine marks to make them useful. They were very rough! this bridge is beatifull and basicly all you'll have to do is apply the glue and clamp it in place.

I think the price is really good. Not so much including the shipping fee (i live outside the U.S.) but is worth it for the time you save.

5.0

Worked perfect!

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This saved so much time. I added a bone saddle and it worked perfect. I prefer to finish mine rather than leave them raw. Nice little maple detail strips that make it look just a little more classy. Its big enough to cut down if you dont want all the surface it provides. But if you are gluing it down, more surface glued means better stability. I used it to restore this 1964 Harmony Model 910.

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