mu_sound Posted September 26, 2005 Report Share Posted September 26, 2005 I have a tone pros wraparound intonable bridge installed on my guitar, unfortunately I didnt take into account the increased height of this bridge when setting my neck angle, so I had to machine a little off the back of the brige and a little off the adjusting studs as well in order to be able to bring the action down to a tolerable level. In the process I guess the vibration of the cutter on the bridge set three of the little springloaded intonation adjustment screws loose. In other words they dont just stay and spin around in the shaft as the saddle rides along the top, they have a tendency to slip out, not exactly desirable from an intonation point of view. Since I modified them, I doubt that Tone Pros will be at all interested in solving my problem. What I cant figure out is how they were held in to begin with. Unless the spring was somehow holding the screw in place? I cant see any retaining rings on them or anything. Anyone else had this problem? Any ideas? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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