1 50 Shades of Orange 11 months ago Please don’t call me stupid. I’ve already covered that. I’ve hit a snag while installing a Tru-Arc to replace a roller bridge on my Jet, which had been recommended along with locking tuners for Bigsby tuning stability by a tech who I thought knew more than me. I was new to guitar and newer to Gretsch, so I trusted the guy who’d done good work for me before. Snag is an understatement, but let’s at least try to build some suspense. When I had the strings off, I was ready to slap the new bridge on and get to playin’, but the old one was stuck. I mean stuck.Not 2-sided tape. Not rosin, which all these years I assumed it was. Super glue. Rub your eyes. Shake your head vigorously. Maybe wipe up the drink you had in your mouth and spit everywhere, or for those who play Custom Shop builds, pick your monocle out of your soup. Yes. Without running it by me, he superglued my bridge base to the top of my guitar. His recommended fix was an absolute non-starter. I tried acetone, and that did nothing. I tried lightly prying, but it was clear it was only coming off in pieces, and maybe with a chunk of my guitar if things went really poorly. Is there anything else out there that might get this thing loose without melting my finish?Thanks in advance for your help!