A 3 saddle Telecaster bridge and a 6 saddle Telecaster bridge are both types of bridges used on the Telecaster guitar. The main difference between the two is the number of saddles they have.
A 3 saddle bridge has three individual saddles for the three strings on the guitar. This type of bridge allows for individual string height and intonation adjustments.
A 6 saddle bridge also allows for individual string height and intonation adjustments, but it has six individual saddles for all six strings on the guitar. This can provide more precise adjustments and better tone, as well as improved intonation.
The choice between a 3 saddle and a 6 saddle bridge will depend on the player’s preferences and needs. Some players prefer the simplicity of a 3 saddle bridge, while others prefer the precision and improved tone of a 6 saddle bridge.