Estimated dimensions for the archtop guitar bridges (220x30x30 mm).
The bridge is responsible for transmitting all of the strings energy into the body of the guitar.
It has two parts: the foot and the saddle. The bridge is not glued to the top , it is fixed in its position by the pressure of the strings. The former adapts the bridge to the arched top surface, and has two posts that get into the saddle. These posts are threaded so that a thumbwheel can move up and down over them, rising and lowering the saddle to adjust the action of the instrument.
The wood most used for the bridge is the Ebony, even though the range of choices is widening in the market . In Maderas Barber whether if you look for traditional wood or something different is likely that you will find it here.