#1
Alright, so this is my guitar:


I want to figure out a way to remove the chrome webbing that shreds my picks all to hell. The things that hold the bridge on seem glued in, so there may be some metal cutting involved. I just want to know if this is possible.
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#2
Not without taking the paint of as well, if its bonded to the finish.
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#3
No, it's attached by screws. It's got a Les Paul style bridge, but the little pins that go down inside can be removed, it's just the things that hold the pins in feel glued down.
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#4
They're probably hammered in really hard and glued for good measure. You'd best take it to a pro, if you try to remove them yourself you might chip the finish/wood. Also, if that web is shredding your picks... you might want to take a look at your picking technique
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#5
Don't ruin that cool guitar by doing that. Just sell it. I would love to know how it's ruining your picks though.
#6
^ + 1s to the 'how is it ruining you picks' they shouldnt even touch... at all




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#7
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^ + 1s to the 'how is it ruining you picks' they shouldnt even touch... at all

Agreed. Though, that is a terribly ugly guitar. I'm afraid that not even Dan Erlewine could save it.
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#8
If the pins are "glued" in, the take a soldering iron and touch the pinheads with it. Keep it on the pin for a few seconds to heat it up. This will melt the glue so you can remove the pins.
#9
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Agreed. Though, that is a terribly ugly guitar. I'm afraid that not even Dan Erlewine could save it.

Well, that's an opinion. I like it, it's all nice and 80s. If I had a Warlock I wouldn't hesitate to put a chrome spider web like that on it

Still wondering how he's killing his picks with that though.
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#10
Eh, sometimes when I'm tired, but it really makes replacing pickups a hassle and performing maintenance. But yeah, it is badass.

To avianoguitarist: That sounds like a bad idea...

EDIT: Nevermind, I'm gonna leave it on. It would negate the reason of me calling it Venom.
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