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Ok so i snapped 2 strings then decided to take them all off, i propped up the bridge while it didnt have strings on it but waited a few days to buy strings. i strung it up and the bridge sinks back into the the body. i thought of propping it up then tuning it but that didnt stopp it from falling again. I havent had this guitar for very long and have already re strung it once before, but i really dont know much anout the Floyd Rose, I just watched a video on youtube to re string it. Proly doesnt matter but the guitar is a BCRich Warlock Pro Platinum

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Open the cavitty in the back so you can access the sprins. Loosen the scews on the claw a bit. Re tune your guitar, check if the bridge is level to the body, repeat until it is.

This should help
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Quote by Koshman32
Open the cavity in the back so you can access the springs. Loosen the scews on the claw a bit. Re tune your guitar, check if the bridge is level to the body, repeat until it is.

This should help


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What happened was that you bought a different gauge of string (thinner than your old ones). This cause the counter-acting tension of the strings to the spring to become unbalanced, thus the bridge moved. The position that the floyd should be at is level with the body (the knife edges should be). This gives the best tuning stability
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#8
before you adjust the springs make suer the strings are fully stretched
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LEARN THIS NOW

What happened was that you bought a different gauge of string (thinner than your old ones). This cause the counter-acting tension of the strings to the spring to become unbalanced, thus the bridge moved. The position that the floyd should be at is level with the body (the knife edges should be). This gives the best tuning stability


I did change to thinner strings, it seams that they can handle more of the inverted whammy then the last ones, i may go even smaller though, i use an 11 now
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Quote by Watson831Thrash
I did change to thinner strings, it seams that they can handle more of the inverted whammy then the last ones, i may go even smaller though, i use an 11 now


Remember this too, always change strings one at a time, makes it loads easier.
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