Ebony Bridge Pins with Shell Inlay

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Our pins are precisely machined with a vintage 5-degree taper, and polished to accent the beauty of the genuine ebony. Slotted pins have a 0.070" (1.78mm) string slot. Sold in packages of 6.

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Ebony Bridge Pins with Shell Inlay Unslotted with pearl dot, set of 6

Unslotted with pearl dot, set of 6

Item # 4976
In stock, ready to ship!

$9.09

6 or more $8.18
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Ebony Bridge Pins with Shell Inlay Unslotted with abalone dot, set of 6

Unslotted with abalone dot, set of 6

Item # 4977
In stock, ready to ship!

$9.58

6 or more $8.62
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Ebony Bridge Pins with Shell Inlay Slotted with pearl dot, set of 6

Slotted with pearl dot, set of 6

Item # 4976-S
In stock, ready to ship!

$10.85

6 or more $9.76
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Ebony Bridge Pins with Shell Inlay Slotted with abalone dot, set of 6

Slotted with abalone dot, set of 6

Item # 4977-S
In stock, ready to ship!

$11.48

6 or more $10.33
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Our pins are precisely machined with a vintage 5-degree taper, and polished to accent the beauty of the genuine ebony. Slotted pins have a 0.070" (1.78mm) string slot. Sold in packages of 6.


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Chopping the ends off bridge pins

If you're not careful, installing new strings can create a problem that throws you out of tune or damages your bridge pin holes. Elliot John-Conry of EJC Guitars shows us an easy fix.

    • Item #
    • Weight
    • 4976
    • 0.014
    • 4976-S
    • 0.010
    • 4977
    • 0.013
    • 4977-S
    • 0.010

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Ebony Bridge Pins with Shell Inlay

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original pins for my Taylor 810, original series

By Bob Rainey from Fernandina Beach, FL
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, June 07, 2014


Ebony is certainly a step up from ivoroid, but a little harder to file down an angle at the tip to guide the string ball-end properly. That keeps bridge damage from occurring from ends not fitting properly and strings from suddenly making that "popping" sound when it slips to a tighter section in the pin hole.

Access Stew-Mac's Issue #218 Chopping the Ends Off Bridge Pins. This info is "The Bomb!"

Little pieces can make a big difference

By P Brady from Columbus, Ms
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, May 29, 2014


Very elegant addition to my project guitar. How your strings connect to the guitar body is as important to me as how the body is constructed. You can't really change the build of the body, but using quality bridge pins, saddle, nut, and tuners can bring out more than you would expect from your instrument.

Problem solved

By RickS from Dunedin,Fl
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, February 09, 2014


Used 5/8"-thick custom made bridge to compensate for neck angle that was off on hand made guitar and the 3/4" long bridge pins that i have would not work and popped out when string was brought to pitch. These are 1" long and solved my problem. Also these are beautifully polished and are an upgrade. I'm very pleased.



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