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orfwashere (profile) wrote,
on 6-10-2003 at 10:31pm
Current mood: bummed
Music: Yes - Fragile
Subject: mmm.... getting a good dose of classic rock
I need someone's help.

It was time to change the strings on my electric. I noticed that the part behind the bridge that the strings go through (for lack of a better name) was lose, and rattled while I played. To remedy that, I had to take off the bridge and tighten the screws with a philips. It was all fine and dandy until I had to put the bridge back in place. I did it wrong, and now I can't restring the guitar until I get it back in right. I understand how it goes in, but I just can't do it with my lack of experience fixing guitars.

So if anybody out there knows how to put a bridge back in, the right way with the hex screws and those fucking springs on a strat... actually a fake strat, but a stratocaster based guitar nonetheless, I would really appreciate the help and owe a serious debt to that person. If you can help me I will love you forever.
Luckily I can still play my acoustic, but I would like to have my electric in working condition

Much Love,
-A.J.
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