Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

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The R.R.B.3 bridge has the same technical characteristics as the R.R.B.1 and the R.R.B.2

It is designed for eight-string instruments. Advantageously replaces your existing bridge.

Don’t hesitate to ask me questions.

Shipping costs included
Delivery between 10 to 15 working days

17 in stock (can be backordered)

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Bridge R.R.B.3. Designed for eight-string instruments

 

The R.R.B.3 bridge has the same technical characteristics as the R.R.B.1 and the R.R.B.2

It is designed for eight-string instruments.

Advantageously replaces your existing bridge.

 

Shipping costs included

Delivery between 10 to 15 working days

 

Bridge R.R.B.3. Designed for eight-string instruments

 

The spacing between strings is 10.2 mm or 0.404 ”

The spacing from the first to the last string is 72 mm or 2.834 ”

The string spacing is a continuation of a standard six string lap steel.

The height is 16 mm or 0.630 ”

 

Don’t hesitate to ask me questions.

 

 

 

What is the distance between the strings of the RRB bridge?

 

RRB1 bridge = The distance between the first and the last string is 52 mm.

RRB2 bridge = The distance between the first and the last string is 66,6 mm.

RRB3 bridge = The distance between the first and the last string is 72 mm.

 

What is the height of the RRB1 RRB2 RRB3 bridges?

 

The RRB1 / RRB2 / RRB3 bridges are all 16mm high.

 

 

 

 

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

 

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

 

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

 

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

Bridge “R.R.B.3” – Designed for eight-string instruments

 

 

Thanks to this picture, below, you can compare the different sizes of our bridges, in the order of appearance: “R.R.B.3” “R.R.B.2” and “R.R.B.1” :