Yeah I knew I was too tired to change the strings but I did it anyway. Changing strings is always a big mission and I should have known better but... So yes...my bridge collapsed. Nearly gave me a heart attack. I rang my husband up telling him my bridge exploded.. Dramatics aside, I put the bridge back on and finished the job. Luckily the sound post didn't fall out and there was no damage to the bridge or bass. Now I can't seem to get my sound back. I have set the feet to the f hole notches aligning the best I can but the G string seems to have less sound then the other three. The other three sound full and then the G seems to thin out and sound weaker. My closest luthier is 250km from me also and I can't find a day free for some time. I don't know what approach to take to get all strings sounding even.??