#1
To start off, I am new to the whole electric guitar scene. So after breaking a string, I felt as though it was time to replace my strings. Having played acoustic for a couple years, I had no problems with stringing it. After I got it tuned up and ready to play, I noticed my bridge was not flush with the body as it was before. I did a bit of research but nothing really answered my question. I tried taking the backplate off and tightening the two screws until the bridge was flush but did not have much, if any, success. If it is any help, I believe the new strings were of a higher gauge. Thanks in advance!
#2
Add a spring!
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#4
Yeah add more springs. And harder tension strings are going to do that to your bridge. Its floating because thats the way it was designed. I had mine locked down years ago. Any tech or you yourself can do it.
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#5
Quote by jdlevy95
its that simple? And where would i get said spring?

guitar center or any local music store
The Rig of Joy:
Stiff Amplification Dirthead 20w
Bugera 2x12 Cab
Fender Partscaster Korean Made
Epiphone Prophecy
Washburn Southern Cross 34 of 100
Ibanez TS9,AD9,GCB95, Multi Chorus and TU2
#6
should i get just one spring? Because it looks like I have room for 2 more?