#1
Hey all.

So I have this problem with my floyd rose guitar.
I restrung my guitar with these D'addario 9's, and the bridge is lowered.
And this is the same size I use everytime.
I checked the color off the ball end twice befoe I clipped it.
And I can clearly see the lightest string is beneath etc.
Also it can't be possible that I swapped the strings on accident.
Then the bridge would get dramatically up or down, now it's just suddle movement and it takes away a half step whammy bending on each string.
Could it be the factory?
#3
maybe you had an extra length of string before you locked the nut?
its kind of hard for me to explain, but there may hve been less tension before you locked it in place, so it recesses back just a little bit

maybe. im just trying to help
#4
Quote by italiarlz135
maybe you had an extra length of string before you locked the nut?
its kind of hard for me to explain, but there may hve been less tension before you locked it in place, so it recesses back just a little bit

maybe. im just trying to help

No, I always check the tuning vefore locking it down.
Also, my dad says the High E and B could be the same.
#5
Eh, you'd most like notice a difference in the physical tension of the string. (i.e. it'd feeel really loose, or really tight)

Just try adjusting the bridge. If the strings are going flat, add some tension. If they're going sharp, loose some.
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#6
If I remember right, unscrew the claw that the springs hook onto to raise it back up up? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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#7
Quote by biga29
Eh, you'd most like notice a difference in the physical tension of the string. (i.e. it'd feeel really loose, or really tight)

Just try adjusting the bridge. If the strings are going flat, add some tension. If they're going sharp, loose some.
The B string feels really loose and the E sting is average.
So I think I'll just put another pack on my guitar.