Used it to upgrade a cheap, broken ukulele with a plastic bridge and saddle. Sanded and custom painted the instrument. Shortened the wings, removed the paint underneath the bridge and glued it to the soundboard. Shaped the saddle blank and ready to play!
These are great value for your money, worked a treat on a Tenor guitar. Saved a lot of time,
Better than expected.
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.
this just looked like what i needed so i bough a dozen for a good price this bridge/saddle has many uses
Beautiful little bridges...I couldn't have made them better, and for 9 bucks....?! Buy 'em
nice for the price
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.
Very well made and the finishing is great, I didn't expect all that quality at this price.
Because I am known as a "uke guy," friends turn to me for advice and help. A friend brought me a very old, badly-mistreated uke and asked if I could make it playable. With help from the Ukulele Hall of Fame I sorted out what it was (cheap Oscar Schmidt) and when it was made ((around 1919). It was missing its original bridge and had a jerry-rigged mess in its place - this bridge covered up the worst of the mess.
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