#1
Hey guys,
Ive recently changed the strings on my ibanez RG350 and since then Ive had several problems.
The guitar wont stay in tune for very long at all,
i can't simply go from standard tuning to drop D.
and my strings seem to be touching the last fret, this means i cant play anything about the 9th fret ...
how do i raise the string height on a floyd rose bridge ?
#2
are you refering to the action?
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#3
i am yeeaa
its rather annoying now.

my strings are just way to close to the fret board.
#4
well firstly when you changed the strings, did you use the same gauge? does the floating bridge line up with the guitar body (is it parallel?)

http://www.ehow.com/how_4616429_action-guitar-floyd-rose-tremolo.html
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#7
Two variables effect string height: the bridge and the neck. This thread will probably be able to help you most accurately: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=614226&highlight=floyd+setup. I didn't notice anything on neck adjustment in the thread, but I'm betting that your neck is boughed too far back. Try loosening the truss rod by only a 1/4 turn at a time and see if that helps... but read up on that before trying it. You can do some major damage to the neck if you really have no idea what you're doing.