#1
whenever i screw my bar near to the strings it keeps on falling back.....is there any away to keep it fixed??
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#2
On your Cort? Then you must mean the holding screw keeps coming loose. Line the thread with PTFE tape and it should hold better. I have the same problem and as soon as I get some tape that's the fix I'll be trying.
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#3
Do you mean the bar is too loose? What kind of FR is it?

You could wrap some electrical tape around where the bar goes in to make the bar slightly larger.
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#4
yeah on my cort x6, ok i didn't get that :P
all i gotta so is wrap an electrical wire where the bar goes and thats it?
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#5
Quote by THISisJURJI
yeah on my cort x6, ok i didn't get that :P
all i gotta so is wrap an electrical wire where the bar goes and thats it?


No, electrical tape, not wire.
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#6
Okay, getting technical. The friction between the locking nut thread and the base thread that it screws on to is less than that between the locking nut collar and the flange on the bar. So when you move the bar, the nut unscrews and the whole thing gets loose. PTFE tape is what plumbers use to get water tight joints in pipe fittings. It should provide enough resistance to hold the nut when you move the bar. If not, we both go back to the drawing board and work out another way.
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Just like Yesterday

T C Ellis Series 2 LP w/Skatterbrane Quiescence pups
Cort EVL-K6
Yamaha RGX211 modded
H&S Electric 12-string
Shaftsbury Ricki 4001
'84 Fender Yale
Roland Cube 15x

#7
Quote by Lurcher
Okay, getting technical. The friction between the locking nut thread and the base thread that it screws on to is less than that between the locking nut collar and the flange on the bar. So when you move the bar, the nut unscrews and the whole thing gets loose. PTFE tape is what plumbers use to get water tight joints in pipe fittings. It should provide enough resistance to hold the nut when you move the bar. If not, we both go back to the drawing board and work out another way.


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#8
oh ok!
just tried, works like a charm
thnx everybody (:
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CORT x6 equipped with Seymour Duncan Invaders

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Randall RG50TC
#9
Quote by THISisJURJI
oh ok!
just tried, works like a charm
thnx everybody (:


You'll probably have to change the tape every once in a while... If the problem starts up again just replace the tape.
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