volume improvement via brdg replacement
well, i've gne thru most of the previous threads re. this topic...
i've got a '77 EPI BG440 oval hole that is a really fine playing instrument but a 90 lb. weakling int the volume dept.
the current bridge on it is well seated and properly adjusted so there's no room for improvement there.
it appears to be a generic ebony or possibly very dark rosewood brdg.
i'm not expecting any miracles but i suspect i can improve things some w a "better" brdg like a Sullivan old growth maple brdg or an ebony Cumberland.
any thoughts on which (if either) might be of more help?
just groove, baby!
I still need your string labels!