A bridge too far? – Analysis of special bridge constructions in PotEG

7.10 Special bridge constructions poteg-7-10-guitar-bridge-designs

7.10.1 Simple models poteg-7-10-1-equivalent-circuits

7.10.2 Bridges without vibrato (Gibson / Fender) poteg-7-10-2-non-vibrato-bridges

poteg-7-10-2-1-gibson-abr-1

poteg-7-10-2-2-telecaster-bridge

7.10.3 Bridges with vibrato (Fender / Bigsby / Rickenbacker) poteg-7-10-3-bridges-with-vibrato

poteg-7-10-3-1-stratocaster-bridge

poteg-7-10-3-2-jazzmaster-bridge

poteg-7-10-3-3-bigsby

poteg-7-10-3-4-rickenbacker

 

What PotEG has to say about the Guitar Bridge

7.5 Reflection and absorption at the bridge/nut poteg-7-5-bearing-forces-at-bridge-&-nut

7.5.1 Reflection and absorption parameter poteg-7-5-1-reflection-&-absorption-parameters

7.5.2 Reflection analysis poteg-7-5-2-analysis-of-reflections

7.5.3 The mechanical bridge impedance poteg-7-5-3-mechanical-bridge-impedance

7.5.4 Measurement results poteg-7-5-4-results-of-measurements

7.6 Vibration measurement techniques poteg-7-6-instrumentation

7.6.1 Impedance / admittance measurements poteg-7-6-1-impedance-&-admittance

7.6.2 The spectrum of decaying tones (Volagramm) poteg-7-6-2-spectrum-of-decaying-partials

7.6.3 The decay time T30 poteg-7-6-3-decay-time-t-30