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Removing A Bass Bridge
By Larry Mayo

I'm reworking a Monarch upright player as a base for a nickelodeon builtup. I previously replaced the pins, and epoxied a few small cracks, but this time, I'd like to have the bridge duplicated. How do I get the bridge out without destroying the sounding board? Is there a trick to it? The sounding board already has a few cracks that need to be fixed, and I don't want to add any more. The previous repairs I made to the bridge seem to be stable, but I guess I'd like it to be perfect. Maybe the risks of removing it are more than the potential improvements. Any voices of experience out there who would care to comment?

Larry Mayo


(Message sent Thu 25 Apr 1996, 12:58:06 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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