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.
Materials and Dimensions were correct but the string holes were neither placed properly nor desired by a custom luthier.
This is a great bridge for those guitars where you are running late...........With a few small adjustments it fits any classical guitar perfectly, and it looks great too.
Arrived exactly as described. Fit the bill to repair a garage sale find. Shipping was super fast and as always, stew mac to the rescue. I would recommend this to a friend
A great time saver and well made. Just a little finish sanding and the usual radius shaping. I would like to see some optional trim woods for the tie blocks.
If you are in a pinch for time and
like the trim,this bridge is very nice but you are stuck with
the 2 3/8" spacing. I don't attach
the bridge until finish has been applied. Pic is a mock-up
A little pricy but considering how long it would take to reproduce a very good deal. These bridges are perfect. I’m not sure I could make one as clean. One drawback is the saddle slot is already cut. If you are looking to fine tune the intonation this could be a problem.
I have used the ebony classical bridges and have found them to be excellent quality, ready for final polishing. They save a great deal of time and with these available why would you attempt to fabricate your own? I would not go past them.
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