This 1976 Gibson MK-35 has a bridge that was pulling up and just beginning to warp the soundboard a little.
The pickgaurd was all but unglued, too, but that is hardly a big deal with this particular model. A little 3M spray glue will have it back on in no time.
The bridge was successfully removed, all of the old glue was cleaned off and some minor splintering son the soundboard (under the bridge) was repaired. The bridge is now glued and clamped into place. Once the glue dries, we’ll set it up.