#2
I can't tell for sure from this angle, but is it parallel to the body? If it's not, you might have to adjust the springs in the trem cavity.
#3
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I can't tell for sure from this angle, but is it parallel to the body? If it's not, you might have to adjust the springs in the trem cavity.

thanks, thats what i needed to know, that is what i thought, but i thought i would check before ****ing with my guitar
#4
theres nothing really wrong. it might be that there is too much string tension, or that your springs are a little loose. just check the springs, if its not that go with some lighter gauges.
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#6
You put on a higher gauge set of strings didn't you?
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#7
If you like your strings and don't want to change them, tighten the springs in the back of your guitar. You may want to look up specifically how to do that before hand so you don't mess it up. I wouldn't know how as I've made a make shift hard tail out of my tremelo with two screws (check out the pic on my pro XD)
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I also have acquired this article of clothing. As far as the bridge, do what every body said and check the springs. I really dont see anything wrong with it though IMO.
#9
tighten the screws in that cavity or add a spring. like said.

that bridge is too high.
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#10
If you did go to higher gauge strings, when you check your spring tension, see how many springs you have. There can be up to 5. If there are less you can add a spring, if you have 5, see advice above.