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Hipshot Solo-Single String Bass Bridge

SKU:Solo Single String Bridge


Hipshot Solo String Bridges
$28.80 - $34.20
$28.80 - $34.20

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The Solo

Single String Bass Bridge is designed to be the most versatile bridge system you can put on your bass.

Aside from the fact that just about any string spacing and scale length are possible with this system, the solo is equipped with Hipshot's industry leading A style saddle.

Fine tuning of saddle height, intonation and string spacing are possible after the bridge is installed.

Special guides cut into the base plate prevent the saddles from vibrating side to side.

The base plate has two string mounting positions: one on the back of the bridge and another through the body of the bass.

This gives you the option of either top load or through body stringing for varying levels of down pressure at the saddle.

Best of all, these bridges are made to last a lifetime.

The steel roller of the A saddle will stand up to even the toughest string wear. The base plate, intonation springs and screws are all stainless steel, so they won't corrode over time.


  • Bridges are sold individually.
  • Mounting screws are included.
  • Stainless steel base plate, spring and intonation screw won't rust or degrade over time.
  • A style saddle has height, intonation and string spacing adjustment (string spacing adjustment is
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    Another outstanding Hipshot product, great for custom bridges
    By Ric W. from on 3/20/2016
    I was trying to figure out a way of making a more solid and adjustable bridge for my Guild Starfire and didn't want to make any modifications to the body, The string spacing is fairly narrow so I was assuming I'd have to fabricate a complete bridge from scratch. I was looking on BBG to see if I could get Hipshot bridge saddles and came across the Solo bridges. They were the perfect solution to my problem because I could get really narrow string spacing and mount them in staggered positions to optimize the intonation range for each string. After I got them it was just a matter of designing, machining and modifying a base plate. It took a few iterations to get everything right and the base plate thin enough to get the strings low enough and still be solid. The final result works really well and solves the problems I had with the stock bridge. It would have been a lot more work, probably with result that aren't as good, if I had to fabricate everything myself.