#1
I am now chaning strings on my Ibanez RG350EX with a Floyd Rose bridge, and have changed all of them now (one by one) - still tuning.

BUT, the bridge is as high up as it can possibly get, and I know that very very soon it's about to snap! What shall I do? :S

help - thanks!
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#3
There slots of threads on this, specifically the floyd rose thread. You need to take off the black panel and loosen the springs. Ask others in the floyd rose forum.
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#4
Remove back cover. Tune if you aren't. Release the tension on springs by turning screws counter clockwise. The trem should lay back down. Repeat as many times as needed until trem sits where you like it.
#6
but when I loosen the strings the bridge falls down, and they almost fall into tuning agin (becomes tighters as the bridge falls) - but then the bridge gets all locked, and get unable to move either up or down :S
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#7
****ing crap!!!!! E string snapped...
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