Approximated bridge dimensions for classic guitar: 200x33x13mm
Classic guitar bridge is the instrument part where the vibrations of the strings are transferred directly to the sounding board. That’s why it is very important to know how to choose the tonewood for building the bridge. Mostly, if we want an exceptional sound.
Regarding to the design, although there are some variations, they usually have the same basic one. Some bridges are built with other different material, but mostly of them are built with high quality tonewoods in order to give a warmer touch to the instrument. The most used woods are Ebony and Rosewood, thanks to its great sound transmission. But there are other woods which are being more used lately, especially if you want to innovate and maintaining the same common aesthetic between headplate, bridge and fingerboard.
Discover our classic guitar bridges, both finished or in a raw piece.
We all know that there are bridges built with other material than tonewoods. But in Maderas Barber, we know that wood bridges add a lot of quality and warm to the instrument sound, so we still offering them for make your instrument unique.
The most used woods nowadays are Ebony and Rosewood, but they are being replaced by other woods from also the family of Ebony, Rosewood, Walnut, Wenge, Cocobolo, and Ziricote. Get to know all the options we give you for your classic guitar in Maderas Barber.
In Maderas Barber we think about everyone needs, and with the aim of making everything easier and faster in your process building musical instruments, we also have at your disposal a line of finished bridges for classic guitar. And always with the best quality and pieces, something what makes the difference.
For our line of finished bridges, we have included the most used tonewoods in this part of the instrument both in classic and flamenco guitar. There are Ebony, Indian Rosewood, Madagascar Rosewood and Sonokeling. Don’t miss these finished bridges of high quality which are ready to being placed.