#1
i have a stratocaster and when i bend strings it pulls on the tremolo bridge and has a whammy bar effect. my guitar teacher recommended getting new springs in case theyre worn out. i got new springs and updated from 3 to 5 springs but nothing changed...any suggestions?
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#3
Hi GT_Baller.

Go to the thread Jenny made in the Electric Guitar forum: The ULTIMATE Guitar Setup Q and A thread
The thread is stickied at the top of that forum.
Look at the picture and increase the tension by tightening the screws.
If you're still having problems, post in that thread.


Good luck,
SYK
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i have a stratocaster and when i bend strings it pulls on the tremolo bridge and has a whammy bar effect. my guitar teacher recommended getting new springs in case theyre worn out. i got new springs and updated from 3 to 5 springs but nothing changed...any suggestions?


Lol I had an even worse problem on the whammy where it actually broke OFF the bridge, costing me $40-50 just for repair. Now I just ignore the bridge.
I'M BACK IN THE SADDLE