#1
I have recently joined a band, and the drummer (who can also play guitar) let me borrow his guitar. (since my guitar cannot handle lower tunings because of the floating bridge...) I have no idea which make/model it is. It says "Swift" on the headstock and I'm guessing its a lesser known brand. The problem is, when i opened the case the bridge it has, is leaning forward and is stuck there. I didn't want to do anything to it since i know nothing about the bridge itself.

Any idea what i can do? Or is there any links on how to sort it out?
Last edited by Carl21221 at Mar 28, 2009,
#2
Looks like a rhoads copy with a floating bridge. Don't mess with it to make it flush with the body unless you know how to tune floating bridges. Take to it to get setup and he will thank you.
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