i wont tell anyone if you can replace mine toorlatkin wrote:That tie pattern does look very good, and very secure -- no slipping. Unfortunately, my cheap student guitar doesn't have 12 holes in the bridge. Wait... maybe I need to just buy a new guitar. What a shame!
Don't tell anybody I could just replace the bridge, OK?
summer, i love your chicken pictures! a friend of mine has a few chickens in his backyard. they're actually cute, fun little pets! bonus, more omelettes than your stomach can take! for free!Summer wrote:Wow! That looks very clean and neat! I'll try it at my next string change. Thank-you so much for the photos!
If you post a picture, do it from the side so we can get an idea of the break angle. Also, is the saddle surface smooth? Hopefully there is help.Stephanie Burnham wrote: ↑Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:38 amI have a nylon string Cordoba. I usually keep it inside the gig bag so that it's not exposed to the temperatures in my apartment.
I'm having frequent string breaks and it's usually the bass strings. Either the E, A, or D will break. I'm not sure if it's a humidity issue or if it's the saddle on my guitar. I would like to post a picture of my saddle so an expert could tell me if that's the real reason my bass strings are frequently breaking.