#1
So this is a well known problem with an otherwise brilliant guitar... during use vibration causes the bridge to sink. A tad annoying. Mine is a tune-o-matic type.

So the most common fix is changing the bridge completely or using some sort of glue in the height adjustment screw thread to increase the grip.

I recently noted schecter use a bridge locking technique, which "pins" the screw so the height is fixed. Basically a grub screw through the metal work pressing against the bridge post. Do you guys reckon I could modify the jazzmaster bridge like this to solve the sinkage problem?

Cheers in advance!
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#2
I'm not a fan of the grub screw. I've rarely had this issue, but when it's occurred, it's been Loctite to the rescue (it's what it was designed for, after all).
#3
Thanks for replies chaps... I decided to give teflon tape around the screw threads a go first, as I'm one for tweaking heights. I'd be breaking the loctite constantly I reckon ha!

Shall see if it sorts it...
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