#1
i've got an old Morris E-25 from April 1974
and i lost the bridge saddle a long time ago and now i'm trying to find a new one
i went to gc and they didn't have any that fit, so if anyone could tell me what size and give me a link or any help id be grateful
#2
Quote by init24
i've got an old Morris E-25 from April 1974
and i lost the bridge saddle a long time ago and now i'm trying to find a new one
i went to gc and they didn't have any that fit, so if anyone could tell me what size and give me a link or any help id be grateful

Why can't you cut a blank and shape one to fit? It's not rocket science. I would buy a bone blank; there is absolutely no reason not to install a bone saddle on a guitar.

http://www.maurysmusic.com/installing_a_guitar_saddle

Edit: note that you would need to match the radius of the fretboard for the radius of the saddle, then adjust the action accordingly. Neither of which is too much of a chore. If you didn't want to splurge on radius gauges and such, then just take the guitar to the nearest luthier or have GC ship it out to one.

http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Tools/Measuring_tools/Radius_Gauges.html
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Nuts,_saddles/Acoustic_bridge_saddles/White_Bone_Saddles.html
Sincerely, Chad.
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Last edited by Chad48309 at Apr 13, 2008,
#3
i;m not familiar with acoustics but thanks a lot for the info
ill look into that