#1
I have a very small problem regarding floyd string changes....
whenever I change the high e and tune it to pitch, it slips out of the bridge. Is there something I'm doing wrong? I took it to a guitar tech awhile ago and he said there were no problems with the floyd.

Any help?
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Set everything to 12 o'clock.

Go from there.

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#2
possibly the block that holds it in place is getting worn out, or you're just not doing it up tight enough
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#3
Quote by Unholy.Daemon
possibly the block that holds it in place is getting worn out, or you're just not doing it up tight enough


how tight should the screw be?
Quote by punk_rules_1997

Hi, I am looking for an amp setting close to the sound of bands like Black Veil Brides.


Quote by Eppicurt

Set everything to 12 o'clock.

Go from there.

lol

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#5
Quote by kandex
how tight should the screw be?


i usually just do it to thumb tightness, so you don't overdo it.
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#6
Remove the locking screw from the back and take out that little block in the saddle. Most of those blocks have an indentation and a top and bottom so make sure you have it oriented the right way. Look for pieces of old string in the saddle.

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how tight should the screw be?
Quote by Cyngus
really tight, as tight as possible
NO!

Hold the allen key in the screw with your thumb and tighten with one finger until you see the wrench deflect a little.. That's more than tight enough.