#1
...and now i can't tighten it up! I was going to change the strings on my Epi SG. When i took out the old strings, the bridge came loose, and now i cant seem to get it tight again. The Bridge is just like any Epiphone Bridge...

Help please?

thanks
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#3
It slots/slides back in...
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#4
It's not a fixed bridge; it comes out. Just slide it back into place and put the strings on. It'll stay because of the tension from the strings.

#5
it doesnt...well, it does, but comes right back out...

edit: nvm...thanks
Brasil.

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#6
unless it's one of epi's new bridges it just slots back into place and the strings keep it in place
#7
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it doesnt...well, it does, but comes right back out...

edit: nvm...thanks



No problem

#8
dont put it on backwards or the intonation will need to be fixed (even more than it is now)
Jenneh

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