Because great guitars deserve this.

 

 

Our vintage bridges are virtually exact duplicates for the bridges found on vintage Rickenbackers.  From the saddle adjustment screws to the locknuts to the size, profile, and material of the saddles, these bridges are virtual duplicates of the ones that were fit on the classic guitars from the 50s to the mid-70s.  There are no other such bridges available - contemporary replacements simply don't have the proper look.

Notice the attention to detail in these bridges.  The screws are correct, the nuts are correct, the saddles are tiered and peaked. But beyond that, it's the small details that set our bridges apart: like the original parts, we have chosen not to de-burr the holes. These are true duplicates of the originals, in all their glory and with all their character.

Bridges are available in a wide array of configurations to reflect the ever-changing specs of the vintage pieces: you can get sharp corners on the frame like the very early models or rounded corners like the later models; radiused or equal-height saddles; with or without bridge cover holes; o-rings on the height screws (or not); even a choice of nickel or chrome plate.

For looks, quality, and accuracy: there is simply no other choice for your Rickenbacker.


The 50s bridge: level saddles and no bridge cover holes.

The 60s bridge. Radiused saddles, bridge cover holes, and o-rings.
 
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Winfield Vintage
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(408) 740-4510

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