#1
Whenever i use my whammy bar tobring my bridge up, my locking nut makes a kind-of-cracking sound
I already tryed to loose it, but if it is too loose, i use my whammy bar and my guitar falls a bit out of tune :S

Help plawks
#2
Are the strings new? Sometimes this noise is from the strings stretching near the nut.
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#3
well if its anything like mine was doing a while back then just take the locking nuts off and there should be a 2 screws under where they go just tighten or loosen those and put the locking nuts back on. If that doesn't work then idk. And see what strings are causing it too. I did that and it wasn't doing that cracking sound anymore.
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#5
Quote by bfredder92
well if its anything like mine was doing a while back then just take the locking nuts off and there should be a 2 screws under where they go just tighten or loosen those and put the locking nuts back on. If that doesn't work then idk. And see what strings are causing it too. I did that and it wasn't doing that cracking sound anymore.


How can i remove the nut?

Quote by Rogue Hermit
Are the strings new? Sometimes this noise is from the strings stretching near the nut.



The string are like 1 month-old
#6
tighten the nut itself, not the locks. thats what worked with mine.
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