This is the type of bridge for banjo I use and what I highly recommend. It made a significant improvement in tone on my banjo when I switched to these banjo bridges, very significant. They make the less expensive student models sound a lot better too.
Adding a better bridge to your banjo makes a lot of sense. It's a small investment with a big return. Your tone will improve dramatically. Why put a cheap 5.00 bridge on a banjo? The bridge is where the tone starts. It's the bridge vibrating on the banjo head the produces the tone that resonates to your banjo pot. There is no sense in cutting corners there.
|Style I||These are the original Snuffy Smith Style 1 design without the compensated G notch|
|Style II||Slightly compensated 3rd string to correct normal 3rd string intonation problems||5/8th size,|
|Style III or Crowe spaced||Strings further apart to make it easier to play banjo Wider bridge spacing for banjo players with bigger fingers or pickers that prefer the wider spacing||5/8 size,|
|Radiused||Radiused Banjo bridge for banjos with a radius neck/fingerboard||.656 size Style I,|
5/8 size Style II,
11/16 size Style II,
(.656) size Style II
|6- string||click here for 6-string||5/8th and 1/2 size|
|4-string||click here for 4-string Tenor and Plectrum||5/8th, 9/16th and 1/2 size|
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