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I've just received a new Washburn HB15C in the mail... nice guitar. full hollowbody with an adjustable rosewood bridge.

i went out and got some new strings to put on it, and decided to take a look at the bridge while it's off...

there's a thin piece of foam material (probably 0.5mm at most) between the bridge and the soundboard. I assumed it's just to protect the finish when in transit.

I tried to take it off, but it's glued to the bridge foot pretty securely. Should i sand it off, and at the same time contour the bridge to fit the top? or should i leave it where it is?
 
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