I was installing a set of 3 Charlie Christian pickups and a new wiring kit in one of my guitars with a wraparound bridge. All was going well and then I accidentally pulled out the ground wire from the hole in the control cavity that leads to the right bridge stud, where it was connected. I contacted the luthier - Mike Rowan - and he said I have to pull out the stud insert, put the ground wire back in, and then re-install the threaded insert, which will then couple properly with the ground wire. Hasn't someone thought of an easier way to do this? I don't have the proper tools, nor have I done this before. Looks like you could easily screw things up. I've been waiting for months for the parts to do this project, and I was 99% done, when this happened! Should I just go to a local tech or is it something I could do? Any suggestions? Thanks!