Ukulele Bridge with Saddle

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A handsome polished rosewood bridge for tenor ukulele. Simply shorten the wings for use on a soprano uke. A bone saddle blank is included for best tone.

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Drilled

Item # 0844
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$8.98

3 or more $7.72
10 or more $6.56
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Undrilled

Item # 0845
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$8.78

3 or more $7.55
10 or more $6.41
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Details

A handsome polished rosewood bridge for tenor ukulele. Simply shorten the wings for use on a soprano uke. A bone saddle blank is included for best tone.

The string tie block is drilled for 1-5/8" (41mm) string spread; also available in an undrilled version for custom string spacings.

The 2-5/16" x 11/32" x 0.120" (58.74mm x 8.73mm x 3.05mm) bone saddle blank is ready for final shaping, and will require minor sanding for proper fit in the bridge slot.

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


    • Item #
    • Weight
    • 0844
    • 0.028
    • 0845
    • 0.030

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Ukulele bridges

By Colinz from Auckland New Zealand
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, November 02, 2013


These are great value for your money, worked a treat on a Tenor guitar. Saved a lot of time,

"bari" good bridge replacement for my "bari' uke

By cisco from San Jose, Ca.
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, February 05, 2013


Better than expected.

Superb value

By Paul Hayes from U.K.
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, December 06, 2012


We can buy these from Stewmac for a darn sight less than it would cost us to make 'em, even after paying shipping to the UK and import duties. That's good enough for me! Accurately made, need the minimum of finishing.

rosewood & bone

By tony clarke from arkansas
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, February 27, 2012


this just looked like what i needed so i bough a dozen for a good price this bridge/saddle has many uses

well worth the cost!

By HippieDave from Caspar, CA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, December 31, 2011


Beautiful little bridges...I couldn't have made them better, and for 9 bucks....?! Buy 'em

ukulele

By p gaudreau from canada
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, November 18, 2011


nice for the price

A+ quality at an A+ price!

By Anthony Guitars from Albany, NY
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, November 08, 2011


I purchased the bridge for an S.S. Stewart ukulele. The bridge and insert are both made from quality materials and after some trimming the bridge will fit perfectly over the space where the old bridge was. I am very pleased with my purchase.

Save time and money

By Jo+úo Santos from Portugal
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, October 28, 2011


Very well made and the finishing is great, I didn't expect all that quality at this price.

Great Bridge!

By JohnOlav from Norway
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, March 12, 2011


Very good bridge for my Ukulele "gibson les paul", used this for soprano style and glued it and put two screws on it.

Holds great!

Baritone Ukulele

By Baritone Ukulele from Rio Rancho, NM
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, January 21, 2011


I recently built a Baritone Ukulele as a prototype for myself. I used the ukulele bridge, binding, and tuning machines from StewMac for that. A month after that I got an order for one just like it. My thanks to StewMac for being there. Making my own bridges is time consuming and costs more than the ones from StewMac.


I have others who want one of these too. It seems that few people realize that a Baritone Ukulele tunes as the first four of the guitar, which makes it easier for the guitar oriented to play in standard key. Interestingly, I just reviewed the Trade Secret newsletter by Erick Coleman, Jan. 20, 2011 on binding a Gibson fretboard. That was timely. I will bind my fretboard on this Ukulele using this method.
Thanks again for being there. Attached is a picture of the new Uke in progress.

Ed Vernon, Jan. 21, 2011

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