Review of a Recording King RP-06 acoustic guitar, along with discussion on how to replace the factory bone saddle.
Wondering what the best acoustic guitar saddle material is? Learn the pros and cons of plastic, Micarta, Tusq, Nubone, and bone saddles.
The bridge is the wooden piece holding the saddle and pins, whereas the saddle is the thin piece of plastic or bone on which strings rest.
Trying to determine correct acoustic guitar saddle direction? We'll help you get it to the right position.
Tacoma Guitars typically use a B compensated saddle with 16 inch radius.
Looking for a saddle for a Taylor GS Mini? Read this article to learn more.
Do you want to access the saddle, but not completely restring? Learn how to remove the saddle, but keep the strings on your guitar.
Action height for your acoustic guitar can vary depending on your playing style, playability preferences, picking style, and attack.
Bone Saddle on a Yamaha JR2 Travel Guitar The Yamaha JR2 provides a decent budget guitar for those looking for a guitar for children, small adults, or a travel guitar.…
Acoustic Guitar Saddle Compensation Patterns Steel-string acoustic guitars often come with compensated saddles to adjust for different string radii and scale lengths. This article details the common acoustic guitar saddle…