The very early pyramid bridges were tiny — barely wide enough for bridge pins and a saddle. A range of widths from 5/8″ to 7/8” were standard fare on early parlor guitars. I’ve chosen to make the 7/8” bridge. It’s more practical, given a) it’s difficult to get very narrow bridges to stay glued on and b) the bridge area is often damaged and, in many cases, calls for a slightly oversize bridge.
This bridge is only available with vintage-style compensation. You will most likely need 2 3/8” hole spacing, but it can be made with narrower spacing if needed. Ebony is black and streak-free with properly oriented grain to minimize any chance of checking. I finish each bridge by hand.