yep thats a Reddog guitar and the bridge parts (saddles ) are from a regular six string Bridge - you could also use the standard L shape bracket that comes with the bridge and cut it down the middle to suit - so you could maybe get two three string bridges from one six string Bridge - looks like reddog has used individual L Brackets - you could use some L -Section steel , Brass , Satainless steel or bend your own flat plate into a L Profile
hope that helps
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JUJU AKA SOUNDSSOGOOD said:
you could use these and fashion your own bracket - how cheap are these for six !
They do look cool, but like most parts for 3 string guitars and CBG's you fabricate them yourself from this and that. I have a six string bridge that I have been saving for just that purpose. You can also try your local music store and see if they have a used parts bin they will let you dig thru.
I've been wondering how he does that since the first time I saw a CBG on his video "Whats a 3 string Cigar Box Guitar" ..As far as I can figure its, string saddles anchored to L brackets like mentioned above? How would you bolt that on the underside of the box though? Just a slab of wood the thickness of the box on the interior, or could you glue a piece to the underside of the lid itself to fasten them to so you could open it? Anybody tried it?