SPECIAL NOTE: I will be going on vacation starting June 3, 2021 and returning on June 9, 2021. During this time, I will not be taking any orders. The order form below will not be available at this time. I will begin taking orders again starting June 10, 2021.
Order Your Compton Guitar Bridge
Below are some items you will need to know before placing your order. To place your order complete the form below and submit it.
- Determine bridge base stud post spacing. To determine your post spacing you will need to measure from the inside of one stud to the out side of the other post. For demonstration please visit “Find stud post center Spacing”
- Determine fretboard radius. To determine your fretboard radius it is suggested that you print out a radius gauge. Click here for a printable radius gauge for 9.5 and 12 inch fretboards.
- Measure string spacing from E to E. Most guitars are one of two measurements which are 2" (50.80mm) or 2-1/8" (53.97mm). You will need to measure the strings from E to E near your stock bridge.
- Determine your preferred string gauge. You will want to provide us with your preferred string gauge. If you do not specify then the bridge will be slotted for 10~46 strings.
Compton Order Form
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After we receive your order please submit payment to us via PayPal unless special arrangements are made.
FREE shipping on all items shipped in the USA. Items are shipped using United States Postal Service (USPS). Bridges are typically mailed within 2 to 3 business days after payment has cleared. Bridges may take longer due to workload.
Add $10 USD for all International orders. Please expect 8 – 14 business days to receive item.
All of our Compton Bridges are custom made, therefore we cannot accept returns. There are far too many configurations involved which makes it very difficult to re-sell a bridge once it has been slotted for string spacing and gauge.
It is very crucial to be accurate with your guitars specifications before placing an order. We also do not have a database for guitar specifications as many of the same model can vary.