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Aubert Adjustable Violin Bridge with Ebony E-String Inlay

Aubert Adjustable Violin Bridge with Ebony E-String Inlay | BR1
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About This Item

IMPORTANT: Most instrument replacement parts are not intended to be installed by the customer; they MUST be installed by a trained luthier. SHAR cannot assume any liability for damage that may be caused by improper installation of replacement parts.

Made in France by Aubert, these bridges are cut to accommodate most instruments of the selected size. The hinged feet adjust to the contour of the top plate of the instrument. A standard height is is cut, the thickness is shaped, and standard string spacing is notched. These are not guaranteed to fit any instrument. G and E-string heights are listed below to aid in selecting the best bridge for your application. An ebony E-string inlay prevents the string from deepening the groove.

The following heights are as measured from the middle of the bottom of each foot to the above G or E string groove, respectively, and generally have tolerances of less than a millimeter:

4/4 Size, High: 33.5mm, 32mm
4/4 Size, Medium: 31.5mm, 30mm
4/4 Size, Low: 30mm, 28.5mm
3/4 Size, Medium: 30.5mm, 28.5mm
1/2 Size, Medium: 28mm, 26mm
1/4 Size, Medium: 28mm, 26mm

Warranty Info

1-Year Limited Warranty
This item comes with SHAR's 1 year warranty covering defects of workmanship or materials. General wear and tear or mis-use are not covered. Non-transferable.

30-Day No Hassle Return Policy
If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason, you may return it for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.

If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at [email protected]

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Asked On: 01/08/2018

i need to replace the original bridge on my yamaha sv200 violin. would the aubert adjustable bridge be a good choice?

SHAR Answer:

Hi Daniel! These bridges are meant to be used as temporary replacements until a proper bridge can be fitted. If you need a quick fix, the Aubert Adjustbale is a great choice but we recommend you contact a trained luthier to properly fit your instrument with a bridge. If you have additional question, please contact us directly at 1-800-248-7427.

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Asked On: 01/08/2017

My violin's bridge snapped--first time this has happened, and the local violin-maker is out of town for the month, so a violin teacher is going to help me install a bridge I order from Shar. I picked one out but no idea whether I'd need high, medium, or low height??? full-sized German-made violin (est. 1870's) so it's smaller and more delicate than the newer ones... Please advise. I don't mind buying 2 bridges but not more than that. I play in a community orchestra (high level) and need a fix soon--borrowing my daughter's violin for short term thanks!

SHAR Answer:

Hello Kristina, there is no standard height for bridges, but rather every bridge is individually fit to the instrument by a skilled luthier. These bridges, which are meant to be used as temporary replacements until a proper bridge can be fitted, offer low, medium, and high options for 4/4 violins, which allows them in many cases to function reasonably well on most instruments. The best way to find which one might work for you, is to hold the pieces of your bridge together (use tape if necessary) so that you can measure from the middle of each foot to the string groove immediately above it. These measurements should give you the G and E string heights, which are now listed in the "About This Item" section for these bridges. I hope this information is useful to you! If you no longer have the bridge pieces, a medium height will typically be your best guess!

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