How often do you need Bridge Work (adjustable bridge content)
I have a 1940s German ply bass and have had various issues since I got it from a local luthier last winter. There have been different buzz and noise issues but aside from that I have had to get the bridge recut or otherwise adjusted twice and it looks like I will have to get some more work done (fortunately the guy is doing these adjustments for free but it is still a pain). So my main question is for those who have adjustable bridges which seams to be most people, how often if ever do you have to get it worked on by a luthier.
For those of you who are interested here is a bit more information about my bass and my experience.
Last winter I purchased the bass around February and it sounded great and had a good set up. Then in spring, the action got really high and a buzz developed on the G string (it seemed to be internal and we never found out what caused it). I brought the bass in and got the bridge cut and endpin replaced but it did not solve the buzz problem. In early fall I had the bridge adjusted again as it had gotten too low, he added little blocks of wood to the bottom. Now all of the strings are at good heights except for the g string which has gotten too low and I have tried a little to offset it with the adjustors but am beginning to max out and it looks like I may need to take it in again.
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