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Hi, this is my first time posting on the forum, and i was wondering if anybody could identify the bridge on my 1991 Epiphone Casino. I just got it on Christmas Eve, via craigslist, and it's missing a few intonation screws. I obviously need these screws to be able to set up the guitar correctly. So if anybody knows where i can get the right size intonation screws for it, it would help a lot, because i already ordered some that were supposed to fit, but don't. Thanks

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#2
your picture didn't work, but i think they use the tune-o-matic bridges, and you might have to just buy a new one.

http://www.allparts.com/Gold-Tunematic-Bridge-p/gb-0520-002.htm
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#4
looks like a tune-o-matic to me.

if it's not, then it's aftermarket, because most gibson products come with tuneomatics.
either way your best bet is to replace the bridge with one that isn't missing random parts.
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Capitalization is the difference between "I helped my Uncle Jack off the horse" and "i helped my uncle jack off the horse"
Quote by stepchildusmc
either way your gonna need a big bucket... how you set it under the horse is up to you.
#5
If you just need the screws and not the saddles then just take one screw and saddle to a well stocked hardware store (not a Home Depot) and find the correct size and length machine screw. If you need the saddles too, then you most likely will have to replace to bridge. Both the Gotoh Nashville and the Tonepro are very nice bridges.
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