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All of the guitars that I own are grounded in the tremolo cavity. I am building a guitar with a Tunomatic bridge. How do I string ground a tunomatic? Where is a good spot to do it. It is going to be recessed so do I have to somehow connect a wire to the bottom of the bridge? I'm confused. :D

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That's the typical scenario, yes. I use a washer in the control cavity as a common ground instead of the back of a pot, but it's the same idea. Really, though, as long as the wire ends up joining the common ground path without creating a ground loop, there's no actual rule. Whatever it takes. :D

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