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Double bass bridge adjusters for adjusting the height of the bridge while strings are installed.


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Bridge Blank Bridge blanks
Make your own bridges! High quality Maple bridge blanks are available from Despiau

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Aluminum Bass Bridge Adjuster Aluminum Bass Bridge Adjusters
Used for adjusting the height of bass bridges. Each adjuster is milled from a single piece of aluminum. Set of 2.
      Item #49-140
$24.00

  Custom Installation
Select this option if you want us to install bass bridge adjusters to any bass bridge of your choice.
      Item #49-BINST
$50.00

Image Wooden Bass Bridge Adjusters
Bass
Ebony Bass Bridge Adjuster Ebony bass bridge adjusters. Set of 2.

These are actually shown upside down. The smooth shaft should be glued into the upper part of the bridge leg, and the lower "threaded" part should be free in the foot. The round plate fits the thread of the shaft, and is used to raise or lower the height of the bridge.

A hole of 10 mm is required for fitting these adjusters. This hole should be drilled before the leg is cut to ensure proper alignment of the bridge leg and foot when the adjuster is installed.
Item #49-141E $74.00
Boxwood Bass Bridge Adjuster Boxwood bass bridge adjusters. Set of 2
Please refer to the information above.
Item #49-141B $74.00

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