Hello everyone! I've been working on a batch of ukuleles this summer, and for some of them like the tin ones, I plan on using banjo style bridges. I was wondering if anyone has had experience with cbgitty's laser cut hardwood bridges. Do they work/sound alright? Thanks!!
Haven't used them,but by the pics i'd think they'd be fine,i'd suggest a metal bridge for a tin uke though,as it will pick up the metal sound a bit better,as you are building a batch of ukes,try 1 with a bone /corian saddle atop,and change it for a metal saddle,and also a full metal bridge saddle and choose the sound you like,at the price it's worth an experiment
One of the best bits of building a guitar that I love is building a bridge. I like sometimes to design one right into the build. Creating string height etc.
Even if you use a gitty bridge you will probably still need to adapt it.
Thanks! I'll keep those thoughts in mind...