I have a vaguely related question that I don't consider as worth a new topic. My dad was in a Luthiers the other day buying some things, and he mentioned my Jazzy to the guy in there, and mentioned the bridge problems. The techy guy reckons that Jazzmaster/Jaguar bridge saddles are made from bits of a chopped up and filed grub screw, which is then drilled to be useful. Is this true, or was it once true on some old Fender, or is it just bollocks (like I think it is)?
It could just be my Dad being confused about the bridge though.