#1
Sup niggas and niggetes.
I started realising that it was extremely difficult to play solos of any form so i looked down my bridge to notice that the bridge is raised up on the High strings side but is at perfect distance for the low strings.
How can i fix this?



Sorry about the quality of the camera but you can see just how much the high end of the bridge is raised up.
Thanks in advance
Terry
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#2
Eh, this is the first time I'm seeing problems with a ZR trem.


As for you problem, I can't help because I don't own one but I think you should tighten the screws in the backplate?
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#3
obviously use the screws which attach to bridge to the body to level it out
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#4
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Bottom left of the trem as you look at this pic. Turn that so it sinks that side of the bridge into the body.

I wouldve thought it was pretty obvious to be honest
#5
Quote by sam b
Bottom left of the trem as you look at this pic. Turn that so it sinks that side of the bridge into the body.

I wouldve thought it was pretty obvious to be honest


Great job
I didn't want to go ahead with anything without having somebody elses opinion..
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