#1
Hey all, I have in my position my friend's Ibanez XPT700. He's been having trouble balancing the string/spring tensions and the bridge is sticking out at an odd angle. As far as I know, the strings are pretty light and the springs in the back are in the arrow position and the claw is pulled back all the way (these last two things I've made sure of). Any ideas?
Guitars:
Ibanez JS1200
PRS SE EG S/S/H
Effects:
Dunlop Crybaby 535q
TC Electronic Corona Chorus
Morley Little Alligator
Boss DD-6
Amp:
Carvin V3m
Carvin 212 cab
#3
I would think that'd be the obvious answer, but does the Edge III have enough holes for the little spring hooks?
Guitars:
Ibanez JS1200
PRS SE EG S/S/H
Effects:
Dunlop Crybaby 535q
TC Electronic Corona Chorus
Morley Little Alligator
Boss DD-6
Amp:
Carvin V3m
Carvin 212 cab
#4
Quote by Saminator
I would think that'd be the obvious answer, but does the Edge III have enough holes for the little spring hooks?



check and see?

EDIT: Ok so not being a dick, I remember now because i've had multiple guitars with them...you can only put 3 in there. Guess you better get some heavier duty springs. Or maybe you could take out the spring retainer and use those two holes
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Last edited by ItsThatDude at Jul 30, 2011,
#5
sorry im nor trem expert, my knowledge is fairly limited but thats all i know, and yea if you can add more springs, add stronger springs
#6
Yeah, that might be in order... Thanks, guys
Guitars:
Ibanez JS1200
PRS SE EG S/S/H
Effects:
Dunlop Crybaby 535q
TC Electronic Corona Chorus
Morley Little Alligator
Boss DD-6
Amp:
Carvin V3m
Carvin 212 cab