#1
The one one my squire is ****, it makes the strings to high off the board, so I was told getting a better bridge would fix this. What would be a good one to get?
MY GEAR!
Amp
-Peavey Classic 30
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-Silverburst Epiphone Les Paul Custom
-Squier Stratocaster
Pedals
-Ibanez TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer
-Fender PT-100
-MXR Phase 90
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-MXR Carbon Copy
#2
Adjust the saddles.
Problem solved.
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#4
If your strings are too high off the board, just lower your action.
Just a thing I like to do with any Strat tremolo, is to go ahead and load them with 5 springs. You wont have that Floating Tremolo issue, and it holds tune better, imo.
#6
^jimtaka - did you just get mod status?


Agreed on float trem. Love mine and yes it holds tune much much better than you would think.


Also TS - it may help if you tell us exactly what bridge you have now or take a pic of it. Also learn how to adjust truss rods assuming you have one.
#7
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^jimtaka - did you just get mod status?

No, I have been a Mod in the Acoustic & Classical forum since January 2007. I can't remember when I became a Super Mod, but I think it was sometime near the end of 2008... but I really can't remember.

I haven't ever done much posting outside of A&C until recently because I've really just started playing electric guitar seriously. I think I have almost 6000 posts, and I'd say at least 5500 of them are in A&C.
#9
I've actually always liked lurking around this forum because I think this stuff is cool. I just never really had any useful knowledge or serious experience with any of it until I decided I wanted to get my own gear, and thus started trying out tons of it about a year ago
#10
Often times Fender parts are NOT interchangeable with Squire parts. I agree you can probably have your guitar adjusted so it plays better, but if you do decide to buy a new bridge, make careful measurements before you buy.