#1
So I recently removed the retaining wire off my Gibson style TOM bridge, for the sake of swapping a saddle for further intonation adjustments. After I replaced the wire, I noticed that if you tinker with the screw pieces used to adjust the intonation, the saddles kind of shake. I was wondering if this was normal or an issues to do with my poor replacement of the wire. I don't remember them shaking much before... if at all.
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#2
My Tune-O-Matic bridge shakes when I restring it, I think you are supposed to ignore that or it messes up the intonation
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#3
Most TOM-bridges are actually not bolted down to anything, but are kept in place by the tension of the strings. Or is this not what you mean?