Teller Violin Bridge, Better quality maple, most popular. Fitted.
Teller Bridges are made of naturally dried, fine, selected maple from the mountains of Bosnia.
Please be advised that Fiddlershop recommends that all bridges should be adjusted and fitted by a professional.
It came in quick. Looks good. Works just as it should.
Josef Teller and family started making bridges in the 16th century so, the company that makes these bridges probably knows what they're doing. I bought a couple recently to upgrade my fiddle. After trimming the feet to fit flush with the top plate of the violin and putting back and bringing the strings back to tune, the tone and the volume greatly increased. The first thing that I suggest if you buy a violin is to check the bridge to see that the feet are flush,(you should not be able to slip a piece of paper into the corners) and if its not a quality bridge, buy a better one from Fiddlershop.com. Pierre and Mike are the epitome of customer service.
I really like that I don’t need to cut down anything and It is ready for installation the moment I recieved it.
This bridge is fantastic quality and a great step up from the bridges that come on cheaper instruments. It was a little thicker than what I thought it would be, but for $8.80 I couldn't complain. I bought it for my Cecilio electric violin and it fit perfectly and I think that it made it sound a lot better than it did with the previous bridge. Since the Teller bridge was thicker than the Cecilio bridge that came with the violin it sort of "muted" the sound a little more than the Cecilio bridge and in doing so took away the shrillness of the violin and made it sound a bit more mellow. My electric violin sounds even better when amplified than it had before installing this bridge. Overall, I am very pleased with this purchase and I think that it was a fantastic choice for my electric violin.
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