#1
About 6 months ago, I got an old Fender Bullet Delux (Not the shitty squier one) from my uncle. It plays really well and sounds alright too, but for some reason, I'm constantly snapping strings.

At first I thought it was just bad luck, but considering they're all snapping at the same spot (the bridge) I'm beggining to think there's something wrong with my bridge. What can I do? I've heard of using graphite from a lead pencil to lubricate it and stop friction, but is there anything else I can do?

#2
it could be that you have sharp saddles where the strings rest. im sure someone else in the forum knows how to file it down or w/e but i dont want to give you the wrong advice here. but it sure sounds like sharp bridge saddles.
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