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When I first ordered my violin I ordered two extra bridges from different companies and a new set of strings. All of the bridges do this: GDA are almost co-linear so pressing on D makes it fall below G and A. The G string just rides too high on the bridge.
I want to drop G halfway to E with an x-acto knife really, but with how specific bridges are shaped I'm afraid that will break how it sounds. But it is electric so maybe it doesn't care. Is this not a problem for everyone?
This might be a useful
There are several bridge making, shaping videos, pics and demos on the site. I would link them to you but I can't find them all.
Vibrato Desperato.... Desperately seeking vibrato
Saw another thread on the issue and yeah, it looks like a thing. So if hacking up my bridge to make me happy won't mess up the sound, then hand me my longsword, ho.
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