#1
The fine tuners on my original Floyd rose have been a little sticky as of late, so I was wondering what's the best way to lube those suckers up?
#2
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#3
Whatever you do, don't use WD40. It'll work for a while, but it's a cleaning agent. Not a lubricant. After a while, they'll be even stickier.

I personally take a Q-tip and move the fine tuning screws back and forth a bit to work out the dirt, then use the q-tip to clean it out. Afterwards, you can use basically anything that's advertised as a lubricant.
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#4
What's wrong with sticky? When they're unsticky they move when you palm mute.
#5
Quote by BobDetroit
What's wrong with sticky? When they're unsticky they move when you palm mute.

I've never heard of an Original Floyd with the fine tuners loose enough to move with palm muting, I've seen cheap licensed Floyds do that though.
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#7
Quote by PsiGuy60
Whatever you do, don't use WD40. It'll work for a while, but it's a cleaning agent. Not a lubricant. After a while, they'll be even stickier.

WD40 is a lubricant, not a cleaning agent. Thats why they say to use it to LUBRICATE the ball bearings in dunlop straploks
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