#1
I just installed a new Piezo Martin Thinline 332 pickup in my acoustic, but it makes the bridge stand up too high. I'd just go buy a new bridge, but the shop here doesn't sell the kind I need. I've compared and mine is completely different from the rest. So what's the best way to go about sanding this? I tried for like what, 3 minutes with no really noticeable effect. How long does it take/is there a quicker way with the same results?
I got some good guitars, yo.
#2
Quote by Leat
I just installed a new Piezo Martin Thinline 332 pickup in my acoustic, but it makes the bridge stand up too high. I'd just go buy a new bridge, but the shop here doesn't sell the kind I need. I've compared and mine is completely different from the rest. So what's the best way to go about sanding this? I tried for like what, 3 minutes with no really noticeable effect. How long does it take/is there a quicker way with the same results?


You could use an electric sander.
A dremel would probably mess it up.
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#3
Quote by Woogles
You could use an electric sander.
A dremel would probably mess it up.


Dremel? I don't have access to an electric one.
I got some good guitars, yo.
#4
Get a piece of emery cloth (available at walmart; 250 or 300 grit sandpaper works, too) and lay it on a very flat surface. Just rub the bottom of the bridge on it until it's the height you need.

Protip: After installing an under-bridge pickup, you're supposed to have to sand it down a bit.