Important notice concerning International shipping costs!!! As of Jan. 21, 2018, USPS has changed and increased the rates.
Good Old USPS has now changed First Class International Mail to add First Class International Package. I hate it for you, the consumer, unfortunately I have no control over USPS postage. Canada shipping will now cost $10.00 ....All other countries will be $14.00.
New logo for Purcell Banjo Bridges!! New logo stickers & hot stamp designed by Ken Forbister. Ken is a BanjoHangout member from Canada and an unbelievable artist, to say the least!! You can visit Ken's BanjoHangout home page and see some of his incredible art work here... www.banjohangout.org/myhangout/photos.asp?id=99232
Welcome to Purcell Banjo Bridges!
Here you will find some of the finest banjo bridges on the market. Each bridge is made-to-order, with the customer in mind. There are no shortcuts, only quality craftsmanship and a dedication to bringing rich, complex sounds to your banjo. I use old reclaimed wood as well as select wood. I use ebony for my top wood, however I do have a small supply of some exotic wood, such as, African Blackwood, Purpleheart, Katalox, and Bloodwood, for top wood as well. All of my bridges are quality handmade by me here in my shop, located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. Thanks for stopping by and I hope I can be of service to you. Happy pickin'
"No Sag" bridges
Just to let everyone know.....I am now putting a 36" radius on the feet of all my bridges, unless a customer specifies otherwise. This eliminates any sagging due to down pressure from the strings.
Below is a studio video of John Bullard playing a classical piece using a Purcell Roasted Red Maple Bridge.
Below is a video of Tim Davis playing his fantastic version of "Groundspeed" on a RS Yates using a Purcell Red Maple Bridge.
Below is a video of Laurence Diehl playing a beautiful version of "Here, There, and Everywhere". He's playing a Purcell "Old Stairs" Birch Bridge.
Below is a video of Chris Sorenson doing a comparison of a 1930 prewar conversion and a new Companion banjo. Chris is using a Purcell " New Select Maple " bridge on both banjos.
Below is a video of Chris Sorenson explaining their latest theme banjo project called the "Wild West Banjo". Chris is using the "Table Leg Hard Maple" bridge on this banjo.