I put the tremol-no into my RG yesterday, and today, for some reason, I get a much muddier sound on the low E; I kinda don't like it. Whats the chance it could be becuase of the grounding wire not being soldered to the claw? Its attached, but by another method.

I also kinda put on a new low E and its not put on amazingly. Could that be the problem?

It might be the string itself.
Id Get your ground soldered as well.
Eliminate all chances of problematic sintuations.
hmm sounds probbaly like its just your sting/ re stringing. also do the soldering just in case, if all else fails it could be a problem with the bass sound from the amp
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did you change string gauge/brand?
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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']^ Possibly your used to steel and you got a nickle string?


when i put my tremol-no in, i didnt change my strings (i know its a "no-no" but the strings were only a week old) and i noticed no difference in the low E, all i noticed was a slight different feel to how the bar felt when i did depress/pull it.
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