#2
Tighten the screws attached to trem claw at the back.

EDIT:

Image removed because it was about goat chese and fapping

Like this, the two screws toward the left of the picture.
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Last edited by Øttər at Jan 12, 2009,
#3
Hahaha, look at that picture again bud. Anyways, if you tune it properly(sp?) it shouldnt go outta tune. I got a floyd rose and my bad boy stays in tune after tons of jamming, bending, whammy bar, and getting banged around when I drive with it in the trunk. Take it to your local music shop and they should show you how to do it right, thats what I had to do.
#4
^ Why should I look at the picture again?

Tightening the trem screws will hold thr bridge flat against the body, and if he tightens it enough, it won't be able to go out of tune very easily.

What the heck are you talking about?

I'm assuming he has a standard strat bridge...
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#5
Quote by Øttər
Tighten the screws attached to trem claw at the back.

EDIT:



Like this, the two screws toward the left of the picture.



WAT?

telEDIT: I am reading that pic right, aren't i? Something involving Goats cheese, and wanking?
Last edited by telemetal at Jan 12, 2009,
#6
WHAT THE ****?

Thats definately not the picture that was here before I clear my cache.

I'm going to go ahead and delete that...
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#8
Tighten the screws and make sure the tension from the springs is more/less equal to the tension of the strings. This should help stabilize things and keep you in tune. Also, tighten your tuners if you're worried about staying in tune.
#9
^ Tighten the tuners?

You know that that is...well... how you tune, right?
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#11
Just tighten them a bit and check each time until the bridge sits flat.
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#12
* Seriously, what's up with this guy?

Anyway, I had my strat bridge all the way down for a long time. And don't tighten them all the way. It doesn't take that much.
#13
I would suggest that you put all 5 springs on the bridge, and tighten. If you still want to dive you will have to adj the claw, so that it will hold the bridge down while bending, but not so tight that it will break the arm off.