#1
http://ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=643589

I'm trying to do what TwoString did there, but I can't seem to get the saddle out of the slot after I remove the wire that holds them in. What else do I have to do to get the saddle out?

I'm doing this on my G and E strings, if anyone wants to know. :P
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#2
Gibson or Epiphone?
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#3
You gotta have the saddle a little bit towards the middle. If its close to the end of the threads it will jam against the bridge.
#4
Quote by Tackleberry
You gotta have the saddle a little bit towards the middle. If its close to the end of the threads it will jam against the bridge.


Yup yup...Tackleberry has it right. If that doesn't work, post some pics so I know what you're working with. There are so many variations on the TOM bridge that sometimes the same methods don't work.
#5
If it's a Gibson then you need to take the screws out before the saddles.
Gibson SG Standard
Fender 52 RI Telecaster
'77 Deluxe Reverb
Sunface w/ SunDial
MXR Carbon Copy
Crybaby



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