#1
Anybody use these with a Floyd Rose
Whoever does.... would it be worth it or would there be no trouble with balancing the bridge afterwards?
#2
you'd prolly need to balance it a bit.
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#4
I used to use this set of strings, worked fine, no problems, as long as you (get it) set up correctly.
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#5
It still needs to be set up. You can't change tunings, action or string gauge with a recessed Floyd Rose without adjusting the spring tension.
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#6
No more trouble than with changing to any other string gauge. I've got 2 Floyd guitars set up with these strings.