Re: Smiley bridge Octave
That's similar to the S shaped one Weber uses on their mandolas and larger mandolins. Is there a reason (one way or the other) to have a smiley vs S shaped bridge or is the main intent to stabilize the bridge to prevent tilting. That is, will one shape or the other drive the top in a better manner or is this mostly a stability benefit?
PS, that GOM is great looking by the way!
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