#1
I recently bought a new guitar and decided to change its strings, then the saddle proceeded to falling off.
I thought it had to be glued in to the hole where it goes in, but I couldn't see even a trace of it.
Is it normal for the white thing at the bottom (I think its called the saddle) of a guitar to come off or should I change the guitar? It has a warranty.
#3
oh ok.
You see, I bought a Palmer and the guy at the store said that some of there guitars weren't really crafted awesomely so I got a bit worried when it just plopped off.
thanks
#4
Yes they will sometimes come out but all you need to do is replace it. If you have shims under it you should have a new one made anyway. Have a bone one put in.

NEVER, EVER glue the saddle in.
#5
^You could always just put the same saddle back in?
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Maybe the price tag is clouding your judgment ?
yeah probably. Or the circuits.
#6
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^You could always just put the same saddle back in?

I imagine that is what he was referring to. "Replace," as in "put it back where it fell out of."