#1
So I just inherited this beautiful guitar from my late uncle (R.I.P.)
But unfortunately it has a really obnoxious rattling coming out of the saddles of the G and B string, and those two constantly go out of tune.
I have no idea what it might be.
I haven't had a chance to re-string it yet so it could possibly be the strings,
but I don't have the money or time to go pick up some strings at the moment.

If it's not the strings that are the problem, what might be?
And how can I check/fix it?

thanks in advance.
#2
Pics?
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#3
What's with so many people not being able to afford a pack of strings these days? I mean, if you don't have the time I can understand, but a pack of strings is seriously five bucks. Seriously.
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#5
Got a picture of YOURS? And do you mean the thing at the end, of the bridge?
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+1

You should always listen to this bird-man-woman-thing.



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What the fuck man!? That's SWEET

I think I might actually use that!


#7
Can you zoom in on the saddles, please?
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#9
I guess its possible something is off with the saddle screws, either the threads are strips or they've worked loose. Pull the strings off and remove the bridge to see if you can find whats rattling.