This time of year, with crazy temperature swings and wildly fluctuating humidity levels in our homes, it is typical for cello pegs to slip or “let go”…leaving strings completely loose.  When we then bring the strings back up to pitch, we often tip our bridges over as the strings slide across it. If this continues over time, the bridge will lean and warp.  While a leaning bridge can be easily set upright again, a warped bridge needs to be removed and straightened…sometimes even needing to be replaced.  Try and keep track of whether your bridge is standing straight up and down.  We’re happy to help you put it upright again and our luthiers can fit a new bridge if it isn’t able to be straightened.