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Acoustic Guitar Bridge Replacement

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    • Remove the guitar strings.

    • Use a paper towel to remove any dust and debris from the neck of the guitar.

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    • Apply a warm heating pad to the bridge to loosen the glue.

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    • Carefully remove the bridge of the guitar with a putty knife or something with a thin dull blade.

    • Be careful to not scratch the finish of the guitar.

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    • Carefully remove any excess glue or debris on the body of the guitar from the old bridge.

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    • Apply wood glue to the new bridge and attach it to where the old one used to be.

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    • Use a C-clamp to gently clamp the bridge to the body of the guitar.

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    • Wait and let the glue dry.

    • Time will very based on what glue you use, but to be safe, let it sit for at least 12 hours.

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    • Remove the clamp after glue has dried.

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    • Restring the guitar.

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    • Play!

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Mitchell McCaskill

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This is a good guide Mitchell. I would encourage anyone attempting this type of a job to go watch some of the videos on YouTube by Mr. Ted Woodford. He goes into great detail about the various pitfalls of removing bridges, they aren't always as simple. Personally I don't think this repair is something to be classified as 'easy' as well. Different guitars can have very very tough adhesive bonds. I had to remove a Taylor bridge once that was a bear to get off and ensure that it went back on cleanly. The bridge can also warp and deform once it comes free of the top, so it's a good idea to clamp the bridge to a known flat surface. I appreciate the steps you outlined here though.

https://youtu.be/lsFBqPsB7VE

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