Other Equipment

dBridges: the better bar bridge

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Ebonized the (rosewood) bridge base on my Guild for the dBridge. This thing is so incredibly good sounding. Can't wait to get my slimmed down version

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Stefan, what did you use to colour the base? Looks really good.

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slimmed down how/why?

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Stefan, what did you use to colour the base? Looks really good.

– Dave B

A black leather dye, you can use it also on slightly oily materials (like rosewood). Apply one or two coats and give it a light sanding after drying. Looks like the real thing, it doesn't close the wood pores. Simple and effective

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slimmed down how/why?

– WB

I'm talking about the slimline dBridge- slimmer, more oldskool.

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that does look better

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I'm talking about the slimline dBridge- slimmer, more oldskool.

– Stefan

That's it! That bridge would be perfect for my Casino.

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This is cool! Congratulations!

I noticed a misspelling on page 3 of your order form. It says "Gretsch Hets" instead of "Gretsch Jets".

I want to try an aluminum one of these on my Casino when I have the $ to spend.

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Thanks, I've corrected that typo now :)

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Got my slimlines today!

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Dave, congrats on the launch of your site, and bridges!

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A black leather dye, you can use it also on slightly oily materials (like rosewood). Apply one or two coats and give it a light sanding after drying. Looks like the real thing, it doesn't close the wood pores. Simple and effective

– Stefan

Does the leather dye work ok on fret boards? I'd like to try that on my 5129 which has that mousey rosewood hue....I'd like it darker but worry about messing up the binding and thumb nail markers

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Dave, congrats on the launch of your site, and bridges!

– Baxter

Thanks


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