#1
Before i had my Dean Dime Razorback in D Standard with Erine Ball Super Slinkies (bad i know). So i decided to put Regular Slinkies on it today and i think i may have completely ****ed it up.

All of the strings are literally against every fret on the fret board, the Floyd Rose is completely up in the air and i've tried putting a few shims under the locking nut but that didn't help.

PLEASE HELP!!

Edit: i can upload pics if it would help.
Last edited by Afroboy267 at Oct 2, 2010,
#2
just set up your intonation and adjust the action. About how to do it: just find a floyd rose manual on the web, it's pretty difficult if you haven't done it before.
#3
You need a completely new setup: neck adjustment, intonation and spring tension on the floyd rose. If you have no idea about that stuff, get a pro to do it, otherwise you might break the liscensed floyd thing on your Dean...
#4
Quote by EyeHatePunks
You need a completely new setup: neck adjustment, intonation and spring tension on the floyd rose. If you have no idea about that stuff, get a pro to do it, otherwise you might break the liscensed floyd thing on your Dean...

FML, i was hoping to do band practise today too :/. Ah well, i'll give the local guitar shop a ring. Cheers.
#5
level the bridge.

flip the guitar over and add tension in the back trem cavity.

add springs or tighten the trem screws in there.
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#6
Quote by jj1565
level the bridge.

flip the guitar over and add tension in the back trem cavity.

add springs or tighten the trem screws in there.

i think i tried this. i don't have any different gauge springs.

i took it down to the local guitar shop in the end. it was in such bad condition.

Thanks for the advice anyhow.

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