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MannMade USA releases it’s new Intonatable Stoptail Bridge

Well not really… We used to build these great bridges 15 years ago. Now they are back, with some improved design enhancements!

MannMade USA Intonatable Stoptail bridge

These lightweight bridges are precision machined from aircraft grade aluminium, fitted with brass saddles & studs & stud wells. These bridges have a clear singing tone, with a full rich bottom end and tons of sustain.

Available to fit Gibson and PRS models. Piezo / MIDI options too!

Available in Polished Aluminium, Satin Aluminium

Available Sept 1 – order yours now!

Manufactured to original specs by the original manufacturer - MannMade USA


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  1. DesmondAugust 22, 2015 at 6:38 AMReply

    How does this differ from the PRS intonatable stoptail? Will it fit my McCarty?

    • John MannNovember 16, 2015 at 6:48 PMReplyAuthor

      YES, this will fit your McCarty.
      The PRS version is injection molded stainless steel, while ours is precision machined from aircraft grade aluminium, with brass saddles, studs and hardware. In our humble opinion, it sounds much better!

    • RAYMOND A KELLYMarch 25, 2016 at 10:49 AMReply

      The JM bridge sits a little high on my 2001 IRW McCarty and prevents getting a low action as per PRS technical specification ! It is a superior bridge to the PRS build and design RK

      • John MannApril 26, 2016 at 11:10 PMReplyAuthor

        Ray, Thanks for your feedback. To achieve the string height you require, the saddle slots can be filed lower to achieve the exact height you need.
        I machine them to a height that works on approximately 99% of all guitars.

    • John MannApril 26, 2016 at 11:23 PMReplyAuthor

      Mannmade USA is precision machined aircraft grade aluminium bridge, brass saddles, screws and posts , as opposed to PRS version of die-cast steel

  2. Dave HansonAugust 25, 2015 at 2:23 PMReply

    John, please sign me up for one of these bridges.


  3. Jack ZoltowskiAugust 26, 2015 at 8:08 PMReply

    What is the measure , stud center to stud center, for this bridge?

  4. Jochem JonkerSeptember 24, 2015 at 3:27 PMReply

    Looks beautiful and sounds great.
    Maybe other colour options should be available
    Also different material options could be very interesting
    Wish you succes with your products and development of them.

    Greats Jochem Jonker

  5. David ChaseNovember 4, 2015 at 11:10 AMReply

    I have a Epiphone Les Paul jr, that would benifits Greatly from one of these Bridges. Could You let me Know How Much one is, and How to get one?

  6. Stan SimonianDecember 11, 2015 at 7:51 PMReply

    Will this bridge fit a new PRS SE245

  7. Mike CApril 23, 2016 at 1:50 AMReply


    It looks perfect – but I can’t find the specs on the radius. I’d like use one of these on a 1954 Reissue Gibson, which has a 12″ radius fretboard. I’d need a minimum of 12″ radius or even flatter if you had it.

    Will you be making them with the radius for a les paul?


    Mike C

    • John MannApril 26, 2016 at 11:13 PMReplyAuthor


      The bridge is machined to an 11″ radius. Saddle slots should be individually filed it to achieve the exact radius of your particular guitar.

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