#1
Ok, so my friend has an old bass and were fixing it up. The bridge has a string spacing of like 2.0625" or something (can't remember offhand) so we got individual bass bridge saddles so we can get the spacing correct. This means each individual saddle has to be grounded, but I also heard something like you don't have to ground each one if there is a zero fret (which it has), which kind of makes sense (the bridge ground "current," or however it works, connects/runs from the saddle to string to the zero fret, and from there runs to every bridge saddle through the strings touching the zero fret.

Is this correct? So do I only need to ground one of the saddles? Thanks a lot.
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#2
yep that sounds fine.
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