Mastery Bridge is focused on producing problem solving, precise metal guitar hardware that is unparalleled in the industry. While large guitar conglomerates continue to look back, we continue to move forward. Our working environment is as unique as our products and John Woodland has created a design forward thinking atmosphere in which to work in.
You can’t make a single guitar part without understanding the guitar as a whole and the many skilled luthiers we work with understand this and share our mutual desire to move the guitar forward. Check out some of the select builders we work with below and feel free to contact them directly about your next new build.
Novo Guitars is the latest creation from acclaimed guitar builder, Dennis Fano. Novo combines modern design with a classic feel and unique aesthetics. The perfect combination for the player who wants a reliable tone machine and is looking to stand out in a crowd. Viva Novo!Learn More
Deimel Guitarworks is an expert in uniting vintage design cues of well known classic electric guitars by exacting quality and adding contemporary features. Giving an unimpeachable tool to a musician but also mirroring his/her unique style is their absolute goal. Frank Deimel has been building guitars since his early adolescence and started his professional business in 1998. Since 2007 the artist Kora Jünger expanded the companies profile with her particular expertise for design and visual approaches.Learn More
Bill Collings and his team of skilled luthiers build custom handmade acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, and ukuleles in Austin, Texas for over 35 years. In a low production environment, Bill Collings has created a culture that lives and breathes attention to detail. Collings’ reputation for quality construction and consistency is internationally known, and has earned the patronage of some of the world’s most accomplished artists and performers.Learn More
Creston Lea has built electric guitars, basses, lap steels, etc under the name Creston Electric Instruments in Burlington, Vermont since 2004. Each instrument is unique and made to order, often in collaboration with the artist Sarah Ryan, who hand-paints many Creston guitars.Learn More
At some point there has to be new guitars being made today that will be remembered as modern classics, and among that small group is Rhoney Guitars. As essentially a one-man operation, Paul Rhoney seamlessly blends old school hand craftsmanship with updated technology and innovation to create something timeless, fresh, and exciting. New original guitar designs are hard to come by these days, but a deep look at Rhoney Guitars reveals many things out of the ordinary.Learn More
BilT Guitars has been using Mastery products from the beginning. At the urging of Nels Cline back in 2008, we reached out to Woody and have never looked back. Any BilT offset with a vibrato will be Mastery or it won't be at all.Learn More
Handmade by Anthony Paine in his Melbourne, Australia workshop, Harvester Guitars are designed and built to order with an emphasis on feel, individuality and musicality. Anthony works with both traditional wooden styles and unique metal through-necks. Styling cues from mid-century American and European factory instruments combine with unique shop-made hardware in a quest for vintage form and feel - with a twist.Learn More
What started as a love for two hobbies is evolving into a passion for one business. Prisma Guitars is driven by the goal of building custom guitars with a one-of-a-kind style where instruments are all 100% handcrafted from the wood of recycled skateboard decks and custom engineered for the highest quality sound.Learn More