#1
I accidentally removed my bridge from my guitar while attempting to tune it. I used the trial and error method, which turned out to be a bad idea. And no, I'm not a complete idiot.

But heres where I am now: I have my bridge screwed back into my guitar, but the springs which held the bridge are out of the guitar. I am going to have to take off the back plate of my guitar and re-attach the strings. Just to know for sure, though: Is there anything else I could possible have messed up inside the guitar? I have made sure that the screws hold the bridge down are tight enough to hold it down but loose enough so it isn't held up above the body.

It's a Yamaha Pacifica, if it matters.

So, in short: I took off my bridge, what do I need to to make sure I put on right, besides the springs?

Thanks!
#2
i believe you posted a thread exactly like this one earlier today

I put my tobacco under my upper lip, just like anyone would do.

Yamaha RGX A2, Fender FM 212R.
#3
Thanks for helping. ^^ This is a different question. Good eye though?
#4
yeah.. well i don't really know. just check if everything feels right when it's on again

I put my tobacco under my upper lip, just like anyone would do.

Yamaha RGX A2, Fender FM 212R.
#5
Yeah, I will. After at least 200 hours on it, I should be able to notice. ( I hope..) I just want to make sure I don't ruin it, it's my first guitar.