#1
Hey everyone, my friend brought his floyd rose equipped guitar over, and we noticed that it doesnt pull up very high, and I noticed some kind of fabric under the end of the bridge. Its kinda blocking it from pulling up all too high, is this supposed to be here or?
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#3
For the most part, yeah. But I mean underneith it.
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#4
They usually have some kinda thin 'padding' for want of a better word, so that you don't scrape the metal into the wood inside the cavity. It sounds normal to me, he's just reached the max. swing of the bridge?

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#5
Cant really offer much in terms of pics. But how high can you typically pull up on a floyd?
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#6
Depends on the Floyd.

Tbh, it all sounds normal. You can't pull them up for miles and keep going. They reach a limit.
#7
k.. thanks
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#9
Im uploading an audio file of the whammy, is this how high it normally goes?
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#10
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Im uploading an audio file of the whammy, is this how high it normally goes?

Some go higher, but it has more to do with the body wood than the floyd. If the floyd is indeed touching and 'blocking' against the wood, there's not much you can do. Those that go higher, usually have deeper routing.
#12
nothing, k thanks everyone.
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