#2
Well, if you don't have a string winder with a pin puller, then what you can do is take the strings off from the head first, and then reach into the soundhole and push the pins up from the bottom.
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#3
Bridge pins can be a pain. I remember when I first got my Takamine that I'm using now, the bridge pins were like stuck in there. The only way I got them out was by reaching my hand through the sound hole and poppin' 'em out. That is still the way I do it, it might hurt your fingers trying to push them out, but keep at it, they should come out.

All the best though mate.
#4
Dude, I just use pliers.
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#5


The notch at the end will do what you need. It will probably run you about $1.50 at any instrument store.

Do NOT use pliers.
#6
Ugh those r a pain!!! I have some starter dvd and i said to use a coing and wiggle it out? But i dont rember if i did that just do it slowly
#7
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The notch at the end will do what you need. It will probably run you about $1.50 at any instrument store.

Do NOT use pliers.


Is that what the notch is for? ****, I've been using pliers all my life. My bridge is all cut up
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#8
i put my hand in the soundhole and pop them out. if it hurts try putting a pick between your fingers and the pin
#10
Use diagonal cutters. Just clamp them on the underside and nobody will see the scratches and cuts.