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Re: Removing bridge
By Dave Clark

> From: David L. Clark
> Subject: Removing bridge
> Any ideas on how to go about (removing) this without damaging the
> soundboard?

I had one like this and I cut it in half with a back saw and then carefully routed off the remainder by putting two "rails" on either side of the bridge for the router to ride on. It worked for me.

Dave Clark

Dave Clark, IBM Corporation, Building 040-3/K-01, Endicott, NY
Phone: 607-755-4969 Fax: 607-755-7915 Pager: 786-2722 Tie: 855

(Message sent Tue 5 Nov 1996, 15:04:44 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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