#1
I'm guessing this is the right part of the forum to post this in (never posted here before). I need to adjust the springs in the back of my guitar, the bridge is leaning in towards the body. Are there any special screwdrivers to do this with? It seems like none of the ones I have will fit in there, and I'm worried about stripping the screws out. Or how do you guys usually go about doing it?
#2
Yeah just normally use a screwdriver. Sounds like you will probably need a bigger head on the screwdriver. I mean you just need one that fits nicely in the screw. It's not really rocket science.
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#3
the head fits in there, but the rest of the screwdriver doesn't. It actually seems like one screw was partially stripped already before I even tried anything.
Last edited by Slashbeer at Jul 24, 2013,
#5
You should just need a Phillips screw driver...
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