#1
Hey i just changed the strings in my friends Ibanez and the bridge just kinda popped out of the cavity (just slightly) I never had a hardtail bridge and i have no clue how to fix it. Do you think it might be the neck tension or something?
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#3
Is it a fender style bridge that has a whammy bar input? If so you need to tighten the springs in the back, like on a floating bridge.

If its like a stop-bar or tune-o-matic i have no idea what your talking about.
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#4
Yea its the Fender kind with a whammy
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Last edited by Hamer098 at Jun 5, 2008,
#5
Quote by Hamer098
Yea its the Fender kind with a whammy

Then it's not a hardtail bridge, foo.


Are you sure it's not a Floyd Rose?


EDIT--


Ahh, just tighten the springs in the back a little to add some more tension, add another spring if you have to. How many does it have not?
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#6
Quote by edwardthegreat5
Ahh, just tighten the springs in the back a little to add some more tension, add another spring if you have to. How many does it have not?


It has 2 springs right now in the V shape, so should i add a third one??

EDIT: Added the third spring and it pulled the bridge back into the cavity. Hooray!
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Last edited by Hamer098 at Apr 12, 2008,