#1
I am looking at a pawnshop MIJ lawsuit acoustic 12 string Made by Penco. The bridge is lifting up from the top, which is slightly warped below the bridge (I can feel it with my hand).

Assuming that it doesn't have warped braces underneath or something else dramatic, how easy is it to remove the bridge and reglue it on to the top? somebody once suggested using an iron applied to the bridge to soften the glue.

I probably won't buy it though, I'm just curious.

And if there is a better forum to post this in, I apologize.
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#2
I had to re-glue my six string bridge. It was lifting off; so all I had to do was finish the job A couple blocks and a few pistol-grip ratchet clamps were all that was needed. ONce the strings were off and the bridge was clamped, the top relaxed enuff to be useable.

There's another 12 string thread currently that CaptainCranky and I are discussing bracing. https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=28411048#post28411048
I *may* have to do some addn'l work to mine to relieve the "hump" like you have.

I'd be interested to see/find out what you do about it

Best;
D-10