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Add clarity, tone, sustain and volume to your acoustic guitar with our Pure Bone Bridge Pins. Made from genuine ox bone with abalone inlay, our bridge pins offer an easy and affordable way to improve your guitar tone.
- Length: 1.2" (30.5mm)
- Shank diameter: 0.21" (5.3mm)
- Head diameter: 0.31” (8mm)
- String slot: 0.08” (2mm)
- Bottom diameter: 0.16” (4mm)
- Taper: 3 degrees
*Since our bridge pins are handmade, there can be a variation in size of plus or minus 0.02" (0.5mm).
Be sure to measure your current bridge pins to ensure that our Pure Bone Bridge Pins will fit your guitar. If the pins are too big for your bridge, gently sand them down until they fit.
100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back within 30 days.
Founded in 2017 by musician Ryan Noel, Crosby was conceived with the simple objective of producing high quality instrument accessories at competitive prices. Since then, Crosby has grown from its humble beginnings in Toronto, Canada to selling in over nine countries and counting. With an ever growing product catalog, Crosby strives to not only be a leader in the music accessory industry, but also sustainability. By the end of 2021 all product packaging will either be recyclable or reusable with zero plastics used, making our commitment to the environment equally as strong as our commitment to musicians.
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