#1
I have an Epiphone Thunderbird IV bass (don't say anything about it) with the standard 3-point bridge and on of the bushings keeps popping out because of the tension. I'd looking to fix this so I can actually play the bass. Would the best way be to just dowel it and then re-drill the whole?
#2
^thats the only way i could really think of doing it.
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#3
Short of just throwing glue in the whole and then putting the bushing in, it's the only way I could think of too and seems a much better road to take I had to make sure though.
#4
Haha, yah, you want it to be removable if future modding should be needed
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