#1
Hi,

Right now I'm having some serious floyd rose problems. I've been setting up my guitar for the past 5 hours because of it. the problem is that i have put the strings and everything, but floyd rose is way too high up. the problem is i can't lower the sides with my allen keys. my floyd rose is an original floyd rose. wat can i do?
#2
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wat can i do?

Go to EG so you don't get a bunch of sarcastic asshole answers that tell you to fix it by hitting it extremely hard with a sledgehammer. They'll help you out there.

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#4
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Go to EG so you don't get a bunch of sarcastic asshole answers that tell you to fix it by hitting it extremely hard with a sledgehammer. They'll help you out there.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=26


alright thanks. i havent posted here in a while so i forgot.
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fix it with a sledge hammer,but make sure you hit it hard



And make sure the sledgehammer is on fire
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#6
ok. I'm not an expert on FR's but.

Take off the back, you'll see two screws going into the body, you loosen thoes to lower the bridge, vice versa.

Now what i do it let it sink into the body just a little bit ( the bridge) and use the backing to hold the bridge in place while you tune. that should set it aout the correct placement give or take.

EDIT: fixed body to bridge, Damn dyslexia
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#7
Quote by Sinister Waffle
ok. I'm not an expert on FR's but.

Take off the back, you'll see two screws going into the body, you loosen thoes to lower the bridge, vice versa.

Now what i do it let it sink into the body just a little bit ( the body) and use the backing to hold the bridge in place while you tune. that should set it aout the correct placement give or take.


ok then. you are not an expert for sure.
#8
Quote by Sinister Waffle
ok. I'm not an expert on FR's but.

Take off the back, you'll see two screws going into the body, you loosen thoes to lower the bridge, vice versa.

Now what i do it let it sink into the body just a little bit ( the bridge) and use the backing to hold the bridge in place while you tune. that should set it aout the correct placement give or take.

EDIT: fixed body to bridge, Damn dyslexia


alright man thanks. its a shame though. today's mishap cost me 5 hours, a brand new pack of strings and a day's worth of practice