The short answer to that is no .... the long answer to that is I don't no and here's the reason.
Every guitar we make is hand-built from solid timbers throughout, hand-cut, hand-carved, hand-sanded, hand-finished etc etc and each piece of timber is always different ... so ... any 2 guitars will "never" sound the same even if made from the same woods.
Now I hope you see where I'm going
If we make 2 guitars from the same woods and have a Rio bridge on one and an Ebony on the other they may sound similar or they may sound different but the big question is what changed the sound, if any ?
Was it the bridge ?
The tightness of grain in the soundboard ?
The amount of carving the struts/bracing received ?
Maybe even the type of rosewood used ?
Or even the mahogany in the neck construction ?
Remember we glue all our bridges on directly to the soundboard wood not the lacquer, so we can not simply put on a Rio bridge on, test the sound, take it off and replace it with an Ebony one to see any differences.
Unfortunately it's not always easy to say yes or no to certain sound characteristics of a guitar.
Hope this is helpful