Category - Guitar Bridge

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GLS Bridge Clamp
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Gluing an Acoustic Guitar Bridge With a GLS Bridge Clamp
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Guitar Bridge
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How To Make a Guitar Bridge
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Belly Bridge Construction
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Gluing An Acoustic Guitar Bridge
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Making the Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp
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Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp
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Saddle Channel Routing Jig
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Fretboard Saddle Width

GLS Bridge Clamp

The Georgia Luthier Supply Bridge Clamp will bring simplicity to the installation of the traditional belly bridge or modified bridges with similar bridge pin spacing. It works without the use of supplemental clamps and provides for a quick and easy method of clamping and completing subsequent glue clean-up. Materials Required: 1/4″ x 1″ x16″¬†Aluminum Bar[…]

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Gluing an Acoustic Guitar Bridge With a GLS Bridge Clamp

One of the more challenging clamping tasks is that of securing the acoustic guitar bridge to the top plate of the guitar. My preference is to reserve this operation until one of the last steps in completing the guitar. I like to have the instrument completely finished and rubbed out, the nut installed and all[…]

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Guitar Bridge

The guitar bridge is one of the most significant parts of the tone producing network on the acoustic guitar or the classical guitar. If the guitar bridge is not constructed properly, installed properly or not constructed of the proper materials, it can cause the luthier a considerable amount of grief and the result is a[…]

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How To Make a Guitar Bridge

The Belly Bridge, made popular by the C.F. Martin company is one of the best choices you can make in bridge selection for your acoustic guitar. Learn how to make one in this very detailed article.

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Belly Bridge Construction

Are you interested in construction your own Belly Bridge for your Acoustic Guitar. This article will give you a preview into the wood required, tool sources and much more to get you started in this very important task in Acoustic Guitar Construction.

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Gluing An Acoustic Guitar Bridge

Okay. First things first. Before you glue on the bridge for an acoustic guitar, the entire guitar needs to be finished and buffed out first. In the past, when I first entered into guitar building, I started applying my guitar bridges on the guitar and then finished over them. While this is an accepted practice[…]

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Making the Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp

If you have ever tried to clamp an acoustic guitar bridge with long reach clamps, you know what a hassle it can be to get the clamps set just right, the bridge aligned and prevent damage to the interior of the guitar. With this free PDF download you can make a great bridge clamp that makes all of these problems go away. This article is the instructional materials on how to make this easy to construct clamp.

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Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp

If you have ever tried to clamp an acoustic guitar bridge with long reach clamps, you know what a hassle it can be to get the clamps set just right, the bridge aligned and prevent damage to the interior of the guitar. With this free PDF download you can make a great bridge clamp that makes all of these problems go away.

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Saddle Channel Routing Jig

Saddle Channel Routing Jig Plans – Very detailed plans of a great tool to make life easier when cutting that all-important slot for your saddle in the bridge. Works on bridges mounted on the guitar too. Full range of adjustment for compensation, cutting length and securement to the bridge.

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Fretboard Saddle Width

Acoustic Guitars: Actually the title of this article is a bit deceiving. We actually do not have a width of the fretboard at the saddle. What we do have though is the width of the fretboard at the soundhole is definitely influenced by the saddle width. Now that makes more sense. With electric guitars, it[…]

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