#1
I have a Jackson RR3 with a LFR on it.

I currently have 4 springs on the fr and the bridge is perfectly even with the body but when I pull up on the whammy bar the springs become loose and fall of(I usually catch it when it has one left still attached >.<

Can anyone help solve this problem
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#2
Can You take pics?

Are the the little ends of the springs bent, so they slide out?
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#3
Unfortunately my camera is dead ...

but the end with the loop is where its coming out at.

like they get really loose and slide over the peg thing.
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#4
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Unfortunately my camera is dead ...

but the end with the loop is where its coming out at.

like they get really loose and slide over the peg thing.



Ok, are the pegs angled away from the bridge? Or have they been bent to where they are angling to it?
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#5
away...should I bend them more or noo
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#6
What angle would you say they are to the trem claw. Estimated.

I don't know, I've never really heard of that happening. I would just take it to a shop. It would be easier for them to fix it when they can see it.
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Last edited by biga29 at Oct 14, 2009,
#7
there bent at like a 50-60 degree angle
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#8
Sounds to me like the tension in the springs isn't even. Four springs may be too relaxed. Often it is better to use three springs, but screw them in further so each spring is under more tension. Try playing around with that.
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#9
You could try wrapping a rubber band around them? I'm not sure if that would do anything but it could.
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#10
the proble is that more spring equals a firmer bridege(better palm muts for heavy hands)
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1998 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

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Peavey Valve king 112

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#11
What tuning are you in and what gauge strings.
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#12
I use standard tuning and 009's
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