Anybody else have problems with the saddle elevation screws falling out when your CBG isn't at fully tuned tension? I like to reduce tension on my strings when I'm not practicing and I've had the screws fall out. I've been lucky and been able to find them so far but it's annoying. I think LocTite purple might work but I would like to figure out some DIY solution that would keep the screws from being too loose but allow them to still be adjusted.WaltSee More
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"Hard tail bridge screws: Anybody have issues with the elevation screws for saddles falling out? I'm trying to figure out something that I can use to keep them put but still allow adjustment. LocTite purple might work but I would rather do…"
Walt hi, I try to give you a summary about what I recently tried to say: Darryl proposed to add Rogowski to the list of contributors, Wayfinder answered that he had no impact to the discussion; this is simply not true, as you can se from the first post of «How is this done?» where I stated the Alumitone be «technically a transformator». «transformator» was the keyword of the discussion from the first beginning, and this concept is Rogowski's. My intention is not about priority but about false claims. The reason I posted part of the interview of the Lace brothers is another: Wayfinder claimed there's no proof Rogowski had the idea about low impedance pickups already in the seventies but possibly based his post from 11/18/2007 on Lace's Alumitones: who is this guy to challenge the intellectual integrity of Rogowski without any reasons? Have a good time!