#1
Theres always the threads you can find on google about stuck strings, but there's never any really good answers. There are only so many times you can use paperclips etc. to get it out, and I'm sick of it.
Is there any way beside that to get the string out of the god damn bridge? Be creative, and if it works, let me know.
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#3


This kind of bridge, obviously.
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before de oder guys, nobody dere, you know.
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#4
Quote by DirtyMakik


This kind of bridge, obviously.


I think he was referring to whether or not if was a TOM, a fixed bridge, or a floyd rose or something...
#5
If they are getting caught in the bridge etc cut the ends before you try and pull them out.
If its stuck in a floyd, i have no idea, get a better floyd?
Never happened to me and im rocking a TRS 2 on my ibanez, which is said to be one of the worst ibanez floyds.

If its getting stuck in the trem cavity, take the back plate off when stringing.

If none of those help, re-phrase your question so its understandable.
#6
Quote by scaronyourface
I think he was referring to whether or not if was a TOM, a fixed bridge, or a floyd rose or something...


... I really thought he was talking about dental bridges.
funkyducky


Icing happen when de puck come down, BANG, you know,
before de oder guys, nobody dere, you know.
My arm go comme ça, den de game stop den start up.

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#7
Quote by DirtyMakik
... I really thought he was talking about dental bridges.


It's fine happens to all of us.

but in all seriousness i think we both knew already that it was a guitar bridge but i think he was just trying to clarify which one to be exact.
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#8
Quote by gasleak
Is there any way beside that to get the string out of the god damn bridge? Be creative, and if it works, let me know.


Unstick it, and then pull it out like normal


Srs though, i dont know much about it, but would a needlnose pliers do the job?

Also, this would belong better over in the Electric Guitar, or GG&A forum.
#9
Quote by scaronyourface
I think he was referring to whether or not if was a TOM, a fixed bridge, or a floyd rose or something...


Quote by scaronyourface
It's fine happens to all of us.

but in all seriousness i think we both knew already that it was a guitar bridge but i think he was just trying to clarify which one to be exact.




What a way to miss the point.
#10
It came out with a lot of help from WD40 and a few hours to let it sink in.
It's just a bridge that you find on a stratocaster - I'm not sure what you would call it but its nothing fancy.
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