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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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Ukulele Bridge with Saddle
 
Item# Description In stock Price Quantity
0844 Drilled Yes
$8.98
3 or more $7.85  
12 or more $4.49  

0845 Undrilled Yes
$8.78
3 or more $7.45  
12 or more $4.27  


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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.

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Ukulele Bridge with Saddle
Ukulele Bridge with Saddle
 
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5 3-12-2011
Great Bridge!

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!

JohnOlav  Norway Read my reviews (2)
5 1-21-2011
Baritone Ukulele

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

Baritone Ukulele  Rio Rancho, NM
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5 10-03-2010
Great Bridge

Its a great bridge. Good construction.

jeffreyz75  Warminster,pa Read my reviews (6)
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