It really depends on which type of metal. Here's a response from another website;
> Jus' seems like that would be hard to work with...I have enough trouble shaping a bridge to fingerboard shape as it is. And is metal gonna sound any better? Somehow I think not. Depends on what you're going for, I guess.
> aluminum is very easy to work with, soft, dense and doesnt feedback because its non ferous and not magnetic. As for amplification, it is a little quieter than through a wood bridge but my 500 watt amp takes care of that.
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