#1
bridge pin to my takamine eg440sc, the one for the high e string. what should i do?
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#4
where from, do i need a specific size? neither of those answers really helps..
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bridge pin to my takamine eg440sc, the one for the high e string. what should i do?
OK, here's a clue; it doesn't matter "which one", on the same guitar and bridge, they're all the same size....
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where from,..
A music store...!
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do i need a specific size?
Generally not. Ibanez has what they call, "advantage bridge pins", which really are bigger in diameter. Other than that exception, (which Ibanez has created so you have to pay $2.50 a pop, plus buy from them), they are a standard replacement part.

But my favorite, at least in your case, would be to do a Google search, using the term, "acoustic guitar bridge pins". Feel free to copy and paste that into your browser's search box.
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where from, do i need a specific size? neither of those answers really helps..
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Last edited by Captaincranky at Jan 24, 2012,
#7
Mate is'nt it bloody obvious. Take one of the other strings off , take the bridge pin with you to the guitar/music shop as a sample. There are different types of bridge pins. (different degree of taper) some are not tapered at all. So best to take a sample & just buy a whole set & put them all in new, remembering to do them one at a time so as not to have your saddle drop out.

here is a pictoral description of the easiest wat to change bridge pins or strings.

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