#2
either sand or use a file to score up a small section of the bridge big enough for you to solder the wire onto. it'll stick to the rough surface
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#4
you could try it but i really really wouldn't reccomend it
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#6
Are there any other ways to ground it apart from via the bridge?
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#7
The first time this happened to me I tried to tape it. Yeah, bad idea, I glued it instead .. not that great of an idea either.
#8
All you need to do to ground it is to have your grounded wire touching your bridge. If your wire runs threws the body and has a whole that run out the middle to touch the bridge. But all you have to do is bend the wire so it hooks onto the body and but the bridge on it. If you understand what i mean.
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