#1
Hi guys, I'm having some trouble with my guitar on some tracks I need to learn.

Basically when I try to do unison bends or other power chords involving bending 1 string it seems to flatten the pitch of the othe string considerably.

If I were to play this bend:

e|---------
B|-0-------
G|-13b15-

The open B note would be flattened by nearly a whole semitone, naturally this makes it sound terrible, is there anything I can do to stop this from happening?
#2
If I'm not mistaken, it's pulling the other string flat because you're bending past a certain point, and it's rocking the floyd rose.

What helped me with this is getting some higher tension springs for my trem, which made it more stable through bends.
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#3
what i'd do, even though the part calls for that open B string, i'd play the 12th fret on that string, and bend it a little bit to get the string to pitch when you bend the g string
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