#1
I changed my action so it would be higher, but the bridge got a bit higher so I tried to adjust the bridge through the screws in the back of the guitar but now the front part of the rose is too high up.

Here's a couple of pictures to help explain:

http://i783.photobucket.com/albums/yy116/Christofonopolus/2010-02-16203432.jpg (Before I adjusted the action, it's leveled to the body)

http://i783.photobucket.com/albums/yy116/Christofonopolus/2010-09-17165715-1.jpg
(After action adjusted; should I just adjust the bridge so it's straight and not angled?)

Thanks in advance
#2
Oh, and if I lower the action I begin to get fret buzz which sucks, I have it just right so the only reason there is fret buzz is because of my sloppy playing which I can tell the difference between.
#3
what i would try is pull the screws out at the back a couple turns to level out the trem and if need be lower the pins to get your prefered action
#4
You want to loosen the tension in the springs at the back by turning the screws anticlockwise, its basically just trail and error: adjust, retune, check level and repeat until the trem is level.
#5
Adjust the bridge so it is straight first and then see if it fixes the problem
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#6
Alright, well I adjusted and it's leveled but it's above the cavity, is that fine? The innotation is fine and it stays in tune.
#8
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Alright, well I adjusted and it's leveled but it's above the cavity, is that fine? The innotation is fine and it stays in tune.

So it's working in all regards?

Then I'd say yes, it's fine.
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