#1
I recently got my hands on a Saga St-10 guitar kit, which plays rather well i might add. But i was restringing it, and all the screws have popped out and, the bridge wont go back in place. and help would be greatly appreciated. thanks, Jamie.
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#2
id suggest take off the strings... otherwise it looks like ur bridge might snap out at u if u loosen the spring on the back side of the guitar (theres like 7-9kg of tension on each string to b carefull not to let the springs go)
So firstly take the strings off
then u can take the bridge off
then u can fill the screw holes.. wood filler for semi-soft, or epoxy for rock hard fill
then drill out new holes
put bridge back in
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#3
The saga site says the body is bass wood which is a pretty soft wood. Your gonna need to take the bridge off and see what the damage is.
#4
Aw dammit! You told me to put the bigarse screws in!
Now mines gonna be ****ed lol.
Hopefully the guy thats repairing the electronics will notice it and fix it
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#5
The guy fixing the electronics may notice the bridge but doubt he will just fix it out of kindness.
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The guy fixing the electronics may notice the bridge but doubt he will just fix it out of kindness.

Lol. He's not just fixing the electronics, he's doing a couple of other things. But we havent pointed the bridge out to him
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1 time i was home alone and i said i want a cheeseburger and then mah dad got home and he had a bag of potatoes