#1
I've been playing this particular guitar for just under a year now, but it suddenly developed a pretty odd defect. Whenever I bend a note, all of the other strings go down in tone. It has an edge 3, which is a crappy trem, but I've never had issues like this... It just happened mid-song. I literally hit a note, and it was fine; bending top note of a full chord. Did the next chord, and it went nutty on me; it bent, sure, but the rest of the notes went outta tune, like I was using the trem bar. I've since tested it, and it does this consistently. What would cause this? It's never happened before...
#2
Are you talking about the other strings going flat WHILE you are bending another string?
That's normal. Bending the string puts more force on the bridge, and it comes up a little, lowering the tension on the rest of the strings. I forget what this is called, but there is a name for it. It happens on all tremolos that are setup to float.

Or are you talking about, bending a string, then releasing it. Then noticing other strings out of tune? That's entirely different, and is a setup issue...

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#3
It's always done that, you've just never noticed before.
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It's always done that, you've just never noticed before.


That is damn wierd! I never noticed that... I suddenly feel like I've been playing a lot more cleanly than I thought =P