West African Ebony bridge blank, 2nd grade, steel string
West African Ebony has been a standard wood for factory guitars in Europe and America, and for many builders, it is preferred because it is easier to plane and is more stable than other Ebonies. It is rarely pure-black, but the streaks and mottling that are indicative of West African Ebony are now largely accepted in the marketplace.
Each bridge blank is different from the next. We are showing you a representation of the wood species, but your bridge blank might look very different from the representative photo.
- Wood Species
- Ebony - West African
- Shipping Restrictions - Location
- No Restrictions
- 2nd Grade
- Steel String
- 6 1/2" or 16.5cm
- 1 9/16" or 3.9cm
- 7/16" or 11.1mm