#1
It keeps breaking at the saddle. I just put a new one on last week and it broke. The way it breaks is that it unwinds though, it's not a clean snap. Do I play too hard or is there something wrong with the bridge?
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#2
How high is the action/how tight are the strings?

It could also be the saddle itself, but go a bit deeper in terms of tension, etc.
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#4
Not sure exactly how high the action is. I use 9s, tuned in standard, if that's what you mean. I can't find out the actual tension.
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#5
Is the string harder to bend when you just get a finger on the side of it and pull?
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#8
you might have to sand the grooves in the saddle, sometimes their just too sharp for the string to handle. ther might be a burr or something like that, look at it tho might be wrong
#9
what kind of bridge is it? I know when i first got my floyd, id keep breaking strings and they were unwinding. after a little bit of playing around, ive been able to play pretty hard without them even going out of tune.
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