#1
So I have an ESP MH-1000, and its not staying in tune for a flying ****, its the string thru model and I've tried everything, I've replaced strings, adjusted bridges and everything. Nothing seems to work and I dont know what to do.

Please Help?
Schecter Hellraiser C7 w/ BKPs
Hughes and Kettner Switchblade
Boss Noise Suppressor
Ibanez TS9
Boss Tuner
Morley Tremonti Wah


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#2
someone help?
Schecter Hellraiser C7 w/ BKPs
Hughes and Kettner Switchblade
Boss Noise Suppressor
Ibanez TS9
Boss Tuner
Morley Tremonti Wah


"From My Rotting Body, Flowers Shall Grow, And I Am In Them, And That Is Eternity"
#3
New Guitar?

On a serious note...

Have you taken in it in? What most of us would suggest you've already gone through so it's time to see a professional.
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#4
+1 pro
Is it all the strings?
If it's just a few strings you might have some problematic tuners or something.
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#6
are the saddles/nut adjusted properly?

make sure its not binding and that there is enough room for the strings in the nut.

also, make sure that the saddles dont have any spurs or nicks or anything

EDIT: ^ look at the guy above me
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