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4-String Banjo Bridges

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9/16" height

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4-String Banjo Bridges

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Maple with notched ebony top for tenor and plectrum banjos. 1-3/8" string spacing.

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5.0

Great for experiment banjo

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I have this on a Dean 6-string, converted to a 4-string. It works well with this application

5.0

Quality Bridge

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Exactly what I needed to set up my vintage banjo uke. Quality product and fair price.

5.0

Very nice premade bridge

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At this price, there is no reason to hand make a banjo bridge- these are excellent quality and ready to go.

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Tenor restoration project

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As usual, I got what I asked for in a timely manner. The bridge was slotted and ready to go. Tone quality was there.

5.0

I have used these on some fine old banjos, and no complaints!

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I don't know, or care where these come from. They work, and they work well. This is the next candidate for the Stewart MacDonald tenor banjo bridge. I put a plectrum neck on it, but being a 1935 Gibson Mastertone, sold under the Montgomery Ward's Recording King brand, it will eventually be restored to a fine tenor banjo, again. The mute is a genuine period correct Bacon & Day mute. The bridge the the Stewmac bridge. The neck needs some serious restoration, though. Stewmac will come through for me on this one too. They have been doing so for as long as I have been alive.

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4 string capo

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I'm restoring a 1950 Dixie banjolele and needed a bridge. Couldn't find any anywhere but Stew-Mac had a nice little bridge that I sanded the top down to the proper height and it works fine. And the price was right!

5.0

Banjo bridge

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Very nice very well-made excellent price

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Excellent Buying Experience

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I found Stewaret-MacDonald on the Internet, search the catalog for the banjo part I needed and ordered. The price was very good, delivery fast and the part fit perfectly. This is probably a one-time purchase, as I will be giving the banjo to my grandson, but I am passing on the S-M catalog to the Praise Group at my church.

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tenor bridge

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Perfect fit

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for my gold tone baritone banjo/uke

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wanted the same size bridge and string spacing as i use on my stelling bellflower 5 string.order came quick and thankfully i now have the right bridge for the banjo/uke

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StewMac PDF Catalog, page 90 See 4-String Banjo Bridges
on page 90 of our StewMac Digital Catalog