So... I have fallen in love with Tenor scale ukes... happy sounding like you'd expect an Uke to be, but big enough to play...
SO... I bought a couple necks, as a test to see how I like a more traditional (non-1x2 stick) neck... I had a bridge from an earlier purchase, so off I went... The result?
and in keeping witth my lack of skill, I tuned it FCfa Sounds AWESOME!
Now it seemed I lucked out, as the string spacing on the bridge is 14.x mm... as I search for other bridges to buy, most are 12.3mm - ideal for a concert or soprano scale uke. I figure the tighter spacing would look odd on a tenor... the strings would not be parallel to the neck as above...
But, before I started making (yech) bridges, I thought I would get some input from those here that make Ukes..
Measuring string spacing at the bridge on commercially-built tenor ukes, my Mahalo is 13mm and the Kala is a tiny bit less - 38.5mm across strings 1-4. Both are just under 9mm at the nut - 26.5mm across strings 1-4. I hope that this helps.
I use the TLAR method: "That Looks About Right" well, I cheated... a commercial compensated saddle was about 1/8" off. The others are tapered forward to about the same position. Since this is a floating bridge, I get pretty darn close to perfect and then glue it in place.