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Asked On: 08/25/2020
Hi Marlon, thank you for your question! The heights are as follows: 1/2 Low = 2.7cm, 3/4 Low = 3cm, 1/2 Medium = 3cm, 3/4 Medium = 3.2cm. Unfortunately, the 4/4 size is currently not available to measure. Please let us know if you have any questions
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Asked On: 03/26/2018
Hi Jeffrey, thanks for your question. 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: 07/16/2016
Hi Shannon! To be completely honest, we feel that it is best for you to visit your local luthier or violin shop and ask them to replace the bridge on your daughter's violin. Unless you have experience with adjusting the set-up of your own violin, bridge replacement is something that you probably should not attempt on your own. It's something that is best left to a professional. We mostly sell these adjustable violin bridges on our website for other luthiers or shops or experienced players to purchase; it is not recommended for a parent without violin experience or a child to attempt to replace or adjust their bridge or violin set-up on their own. The dimensions of your daughter's bridge are going to be best for her when they are shaped and adjusted to the violin's specific needs; it's not as simple as just having bridge measurements because there are several factors that influence the bridge (other parts of the violin, such as the fingerboard, tailpiece or soundpost). For more information about violin bridges, please read our blog post about them here: http://blog.sharmusic.com/blog/bid/90625/Violin-Bridges-The-Details-Matter. We're sorry if this wasn't the answer you were expecting, but hopefully this information will help you move forward! Thanks for your question!
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Asked On: 06/24/2016
Hi Amy! Thanks for your question. The measurements for a 4/4 violin, the medium adjustable bridge, is 1.2 inches on the E string side and 1.3 inches on the G string side. The measurements for a 4/4 violin, the low adjustable bridge, is 1.1 inches on the E string side and 1.2 inches on the G string side. The measurements for a 4/4 violin, the high adjustable bridge, is 1.27 inches on the E string side and 1.34 inches on the G string side. However, we'd like you to be aware that there are several different important variables in achieving the proper bridge height and bridge measurement. These variables include the violin's fingerboard shape, the shape of the nut, the string height, among many others. It's usually best to consult your trusted local luthier or violin shop to have your violin and its bridge carefully crafted to exact specifications and your exact needs. For any further questions, you're welcome to reach out to [email protected] or give us a call at 866.742.7270. Hope this helps!
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