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Well I use a lefty Kh-202 .10 Ernie balls (half step down), the break point of E string is at the bridge (floyd rose orig.) in the string lock block, where the string coil strips. I have no problem with any of the other strings btw. Any help would be appreciated.
#2
Quote by Infinite Haze
Well I use a lefty Kh-202 .10 Ernie balls (half step down), the break point of E string is at the bridge (floyd rose orig.) in the string lock block, where the string coil strips. I have no problem with any of the other strings btw. Any help would be appreciated.


The low E string has probably worn into the string locking block and has caused a burr in there somewhere. I'm not familiar with Floyds, but you can take it to a tech and they'll probably fix that up for you for free. I've had techs do that for me. They'll just file the burr down to make it smooth and no more strings will break. It takes just a minute of their time.

Inspect it yourself and see if you can possibly fix it.
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