Replogle Resonator Saddles

Replogle Resonator Saddles

Replogle Resonator Saddles 1-piece maple

1-piece maple

Item # 4796
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$3.99

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Replogle Resonator Saddles 1-piece maple compensated

1-piece maple compensated

Item # 4797
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$11.49

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Replogle Resonator Saddles Split ebony/maple

Split ebony/maple

Item # 4798
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$11.49

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Replogle Resonator Saddles Split ebony/maple compensated

Split ebony/maple compensated

Item # 4799
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$18.99

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Replogle Resonator Saddles

About This Item

Customize the sound of your spider-bridge resonator guitar with a choice of four different saddles, including innovative compensated versions for improved intonation.

Each Replogle saddle is 2-5/8" x 3/4" x 1/8" (66.68mm x 19.05mm x 3.18mm). Final trimming and slotting required.

#4796 1-piece maple: original style for traditional tone and volume.

#4797 1-piece maple compensated: traditional tone without rotating your spider bridge. Mike Replogle explains, "reso guitars are famous for intonation problems. Carving the saddle under the first two strings, and smoothly angling the other four strings greatly improves the intonation. I debuted this innovation on the Jerry Douglas Signature Dobro® that I designed back in '94, and it works great."

#4798 Split ebony/maple: ebony beneath the wound strings only, for more balanced tone and volume. Mike adds, "a full ebony cap boosts the wound strings, but also boosts the plain strings, so it still yields an uneven sound...with the first two unwound strings on maple, and the wound strings on ebony to brighten them up, the problem is solved—much more even and balanced sound."

#4799 Split ebony/maple compensated: both Replogle refinements in one bridge. Better intonation, plus more uniform volume and tone.



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Instructions

Product Instructions

Spider-bridge Resonator Guitar Setup

A step-by-step for setting up a spider bridge resonator.

Product Instructions

Resonator Guitar Spider Bridge & Cone

Installation instructions for a Spider Bridge and cone.

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4.0

Similar quality wood, half the price

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The all-maple Replogle that was received had very tight and straight grain just like the more expensive option on this site. One star off for nicks and having to sand the logo off.

5.0

Worked very well

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Verified Buyer


I bought this for my single-cone biscuit bridge resonator. It was a tiny little bit thicker and for sure wider than the previous saddle, but the people at the guitar repair shop had no problems installing it and it works very well.

That being said (and it has nothing to do with the product itself, only with stewmac shipping), I think $10 shipping charges for something like this is utterly ridiculous. It probably weighs a little more than a basic letter, barely, if I shipped this myself to someone I seriously doubt I'd pay more than a dollar, so why charge $10?

5.0

great

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installed it with the Replogle cone and spider, great tone. takes some cutting and sanding, but well worth it.

 


StewMac PDF Catalog, page 110 See Replogle Resonator Saddles
on page 110 of our StewMac Digital Catalog