1 Journeyman 9 months ago First just let me state for the record that I'm not in the bridge business, so no competition with Proteus or anyone else. I guess you could say that mine are the, "horse and buggy" of bridges. A while back I started carving wooden bridges for archtop guitars, mostly because I needed one and because I was curious about the tonal aspects of bridges made from different types of wood. So far, Brazilian rosewood and ebony bridges have emerged. The ebony one is on my old 1960 6124. The one pictured here is for a friend who wanted one for his old Gibson L5, compensated for a wound 3rd string. http://roypatterson.com/in-...BTW, until I find a suitable alternative to Photochucket, I'll be linking back to my website where I have control, and ownership of images; hence the above "Link".