#1
I wanna learn about the different screws on a strat's tremolo and what they do, since Ive never touched any of those on my guitar because of being afraid of screwing something up (pun intended ), but I feel there's issues with:

1. The tuning: Open note in tune, some of the frets on the that string arent.
2. Weird buzzes here and there.



Any guides talking about the screws and/or how to resolve the problems I mentioned would be nice as well.
Last edited by frusciante.ve at Mar 23, 2011,
#2
The ones behind the saddles are for intonation, the ones in pairs at the ends of the saddles are for height adjustment (action). Look for a guide on how to set up a Stratocaster, it's all explained within.

The six that bolt it to the body shouldn't really ever be messed with, as far as I know.
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Quote by Reisgar42

The six that bolt it to the body shouldn't really ever be messed with, as far as I know.


YES! This is the quickest way to seriously **** up your bridge.
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#5
Quote by Reisgar42

The six that bolt it to the body shouldn't really ever be messed with, as far as I know.



Well it actually depends if you use a tremolo its best to put the two outside screws nearly fully screwed in and leave the middle 4 a little higher so there's a pivot point.
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