Hello bassists, I have a '58 Danelectro Longhorn reissue bass. Until now I've played it with its' factory strings. Today I removed those strings and was preparing to put the new ones on, when I saw it: A quality flaw too silly to be true. The bridge has three screws, and only one of them is loosely attaching the bridge to the bass! The other screws, out to the sides, don't have heads wide enough to hold the bridge down. Those side screws allow the bridge to just come up and over them. The center screw is holding the bridge. I would like to restring the Longhorn tonight and resume playing it. What would you do with the bridge? Any suggestions for a quick fix? I imagine my options are: 1) Leave the bridge as is, restring and hope for the best. 2) Find a quick way to attach the bridge better, without changing the string alignment or getting too complicated. 3) Bring it to my local tech and wait for days until he can fix it. Any suggestions? Your help is truly appreciated. Thanks!