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An Artist’s Secret Tool? The Rubber Bridge

Inspired by historic muting techniques and modified bridge designs of respected luthiers, we've put our unique spin on the dreamy rubber bridge tone.

Using our parlor as the base, we tested a number of rubber-lined saddle designs to find the right thickness and adjustability. We then upgraded the bridge construction with additional reinforcement and added in a trapeze tailpiece. The result? A muted yet articulate sound.

Upgraded Features

Ernie Ball Flatwounds provide a nice warmth to accentuate Juniper’s tonal textures, while Grover open-gear tuners ensure tuning stability. From beginning songwriters to touring pros, you can count on Juniper for reliable performance.

Plug In and Explore

Juniper sounds great unplugged, but you should hear it through your favorite amp and pedals. The high-output rail humbucker projects the perfect punch to balance out all that mellowness, and a simple cupcake-style knob adds volume control.

Expert Set Up + Gig Bag Included

Juniper is ready to play right out of the gig bag with a professional set up before shipment. When needed, you can easily fine-tune the guitar’s playability at home, using the headstock truss rod access, allowing for neck relief and adjustment.

Customer Reviews

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Dan S.
Overall a cool instrument, needs better QC though

Overall I love my Juniper guitar. Fun to play and sounds so cool. My biggest issues are the lack of attention spent to the QC of the product. For instance the nut wasn’t cut properly, and thus the strings don’t tune properly due to carried slack and tension that isn’t released at the nut. Also the pickup isn’t grounded, which I don’t understand at all. It’s so easy and cheap to do this. So if those issues are solved I’d recommend this instrument, if not there are plenty of rubber bridge guitar that don’t suffer from these QC issues.

Thanks for your review, Dan. Please feel free to reach out to our customer support team via email at hello@orangewoodguitars.com for assistance with your order.

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Scott

Arrived in great condition. Everything good

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Justus W.
Worth The Hype!!!

I was recommended checking this brand out in a session with an artist, and I immediately fell in love with the quality for the price! When I saw the first drop of the rubber bridge models I knew I had to grab one. I’m pretty sure I bought one of the last ones available from the recent drop and it was so worth it! It feels great, sounds great, looks killer and I’m finding more and more cool ways to use it. Been recommending my other musician friends to look into getting one next tine they are available!

Thanks for your review, Justius! We're so glad you managed to pick one up before they sold out (again) and that its inspiring you to play creatively. Enjoy!

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Chris

Killer guitar. Played a 45 minute set on it the day after I got it, sounded amazing through my pedal board and amp. Set up was a little high for me, but with a little tweaking it plays perfect.

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Nicholas G.
great out of the box

A really nice sounding instrument. Perfectly set up, perfect intonation, which is impressive for a rubber bridge. The only issue I have is that my neighborhood is flooded in EMI, and rail pickups are quite sensitive to EMI. I brought it to a different location, and it was very quiet through a high gain amp. I guess I need to contact the city and hope I have as much luck as Samuraiguitarist did. To get a nice clean sound, it sounds best through an acoustic guitar amp, or a full-spectrum speaker, like a nice PA speaker. Otherwise an electric guitar amp with some dirt and slapback delay sounds great. The light chromes on this allow you to tune it to standard tuning. I've always had to turn rubber bridges down to C due to high tention, so this is a really nice setup.

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