#1
I recently had to get the bridge on my les paul filed down because thier was a burr that was causing the strings to snap. However, now my high e string (pitch not elevation) has snapped 2 times in the past 3 weeks. IT always breaks right near the tailpiece, do I need my guitar set up? Or is this normal? I use 10 gauge strings...
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#2
hmm there might possiblity that there's burr in the tale piece or change the height of the tail peice which might require a reintonation.
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#3
Quote by Blacken Seas
hmm there might possiblity that there's burr in the tale piece or change the height of the tail peice which might require a reintonation.


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#4
Well, at first their was an actual burr in the brige beacuse they snapped directly at the bridge. I think it may have something to do with the height of the tailpiece. What's a good guide to select what height to put it at?
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