#1
My guitar just refuses to stay in tune. And its always about half a step up from standard tuning. Help?
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#3
Quote by van01010100
It would help if you said what kind of guitar you have, or at least what kind of bridge.

It's an Ibanez RX20 with a fixed bridge.
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#4
i had that problem, but with a tremolo, and i just needed thicker gauges, and more springs in the tremolo.
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#5
It's probably the way the action is set up on your guitar. You'll probably need to adjust it a bit, which shouldn't be too difficult.
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#6
Quote by Count Orlok
It's probably the way the action is set up on your guitar. You'll probably need to adjust it a bit, which shouldn't be too difficult.

How do I adjust the action?
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#7
Honestly I don't mean to be a jerk, but I'm pretty sure if you searched around the site or on youtube, you could find how to videos.
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