Last week I installed a 3-saddle (Wilkinson) bridge for the first time in years. It feels fine and sounds good, but when I apply any decent, socially acceptable amount of gain to the bridge pickup's signal, I can hear the saddle springs ringing. I haven't played any 3-saddle bridge in a long time, so I don't remember whether this is normal -- I only know that it bugs me. I stretch cotton balls and insert them between the tremolo springs in my strats to keep those springs quiet, but I'd prefer a less visible solution for these springs. I'm considering putting a wrap or two of cellophane tape around each spring, but I thought I'd ask for other recommendations here before proceeding. What have you done to keep your saddle springs from ringing? Thank you very much for your replies. P.S. The bridge's setup is perfect right now, so bonus points will be awarded for solutions that do not involve moving the saddles or strings.