#1
I lent my friend my classical guitar last weekend and he ended up breaking a string so he told me he'd put a new set on for me. well when i got it back turns out he put steel strings on it, so i set it in my room for awhile then go to pick it up and play it and the bridge is off the guitar and hanging by the strings.
any idea on how to put the bridge back on?
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#2
Take it to a pro and get your friend to pay for it.
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#3
Dude...you do NOT put steel strings on a classical =\

I guess you should take it to a pro or you can just invest in a new one...classicals are usually much cheaper than electrics and acoustics. ..unless of course you had a super awesome classical guitar
#4
Get the bridge re-glued [a simple repair if the bridge is still in one piece] and NEVER lend it to that friend again!