#1
Hey,

I recieved graphtech saddles and a tonepros bridge but its a Gotoh bridge with the nut at one side and screw on other..

How do you remove the saddles? I turned the screw and it stopped when the saddle got to the ends and the nut just turns the screw, leaving a horrible round scratch on my bridge using a round spanner thing (I tried it on a old spare gotoh bridge first)..

Help appreciated!!!

David
My gear
ESP Horizon II FR (Seymour's with coil tap)
ESP LTD Ex400
Wesley Explorer/Dominator

Ashdown Fallen Angel 40w DSP

BOSS DS-2 Turbo distortion
BOSS AC-3 Acoustic Simulator
BOSS GE-7 Equalizer
Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9
#2
wait wait. i dont know what model bridge you have so cant help. but i can offer a word of advice. if you dont already know this, you should mark where your old saddles were (*if your intonation was correct) so you can put the new ones in the same place. sorry if this sounds stupid, but it could save you al ot of work if you have never intonated a guitar before.
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#3
Yeah i know intonation, its just I can't get the screws/saddles out at all..

Its a Gotoh with the nuts on one end of the screws, the other TOM's have just a screw and a retaining clip inside the saddle slot bit..
My gear
ESP Horizon II FR (Seymour's with coil tap)
ESP LTD Ex400
Wesley Explorer/Dominator

Ashdown Fallen Angel 40w DSP

BOSS DS-2 Turbo distortion
BOSS AC-3 Acoustic Simulator
BOSS GE-7 Equalizer
Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9
#4
You gotta use a small pair of pliers to hold the nut so it wont spin when taking the screw out.