i just put new 10's on my ibanez (edge III trem) and now, for some reason, the bridge is sitting really, really high. probably 3 or 4 times higher than before the string change. It is infact floating so damned high that my action is almost unplayable.

any idea why this is, or how i can fix it?

sorry dumb question most likely, this is the first time i have set this guitar up myself.

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Last edited by Silver-spear94 at Oct 7, 2009,
i sounds like it might be a tension problem.
theres a lot of youtube videos
that you could check out on how to fix it.
did you switch string gauges?
Last edited by welby at Oct 7, 2009,
You need to take the back panel off and loosen/tighten (I forget which) the springs in the back.
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hit up youtube, lots of instructional vids on how to fix that

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need to tighten temelo springs in the back of the guitar.
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