#1
so I changed my strings on my Dean, and i went up a gauge(9s(factory)-10s) and now my bridge is way higher than it should be. I knew this was going to be an issue, but the tension screws in the back seem to be doing nothing at all. Advice??
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Gear:
Dean 10K Commemorative Razorback
Ibanez RG 3EX1
BC Rich Mockingbird Evil Edge
Fender Acoustic
Marshall MG250DFX
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Full Chorus
#3
standard tuning, using DR 10-46s
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Dean 10K Commemorative Razorback
Ibanez RG 3EX1
BC Rich Mockingbird Evil Edge
Fender Acoustic
Marshall MG250DFX
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Full Chorus
#6
seriously?? i have three in there, should i space them out more? here's how it is now
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Gear:
Dean 10K Commemorative Razorback
Ibanez RG 3EX1
BC Rich Mockingbird Evil Edge
Fender Acoustic
Marshall MG250DFX
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Full Chorus
#7
yeah thats what its mean to bee like, you get another spring like those and move the others around so it will fit

EDIT*you should see the little lips the opposite side of the FR thats where the clip to
and upload a pic of the bridge height
Last edited by thamason69 at Jul 10, 2010,
#8
and that is downtuned from where it should be, by like a step, step and a half
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Quote by LesPaulHer0
"in the grand scheme of things, nobody cares"



Gear:
Dean 10K Commemorative Razorback
Ibanez RG 3EX1
BC Rich Mockingbird Evil Edge
Fender Acoustic
Marshall MG250DFX
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Full Chorus
#9
just get another spring. that shuld work. i had that problem, i was going from 9's to 10's and i needed 2 extra springs. 1 didnt cut it for my ibanez lol. good luck!