#1
So i've been playing a double locking floyd rose for years, and lately i'ev been picking up my Fender strat to play. The strings havent been replaced for a long time and i just replaced them today, but the bridge is now pulled up wayyy to high and it's beginning to worry me. did i do something wrong or should i adjust a specific part of the bridge?
#3
tighten the screws spring on the spring claw in the back 1/4 turn, retune and repeat if necessary,

did you replace the strings with the same guage as the old ones?...
#4
Sort it out just like you did with the floyd, of course if you have ever done that. Just tighten the springs in the back.
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#5
Higher gauge = higher tension

As has been said, tighten screws in the back
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#6
Switching them to 10s is the problem. Theyre bigger strings and are pulling the birdge up.