#1
So i got a B.C. Rich Warlock this year and was pretty happy with it. If you don't know, it has a wrap around bridge...which looks coolish and makes it a pain in the ass to restring. Recenty, however, i've had 2 strings bread down at the bridge...which i thought was weird, and they're the d and a strings. Is it the wrap around bridge causing this, or am i buying crappy strings...and if it is the bridge, is there any way to fix it?
#2
is there a rough spot where they contact the bridge?
Jenneh

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#3
no...i just figured that it might be putting extra pressure on the strings or something...
#4
yea my warlock had a burr on the bridge but it was on my high e
i heard alot of the bronze series have that problem
#5
I broke two sets of Elixers at the spot where I was bending the string on the high E. I have never bought another pair, and I haven't had another incident of string breakage. :]
Axes:
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2007 Gibson Flying V
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#6
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I broke two sets of Elixers at the spot where I was bending the string on the high E. I have never bought another pair, and I haven't had another incident of string breakage. :]


A pair of strings? Now that was probably your problem right there.

Also, it's a warlock. Try a better guitar?
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