#1
When I am doing dive bombs on my Kramer assault 220 fr when I get 3/4 of the way down there is a clicking sound by the floydrose, the sound is not coming from the locking nut or anywhere around that what could be the problem?
#2
Don't over tighten the nut.
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#3
I had the same problem with my Jackson. It's not the FR, it is probably the neck. Unscrew the neck and then put it back on and make sure it is screwed in properly. Sometimes it isn't quite level and when you increase or decrease tension like that it makes the neck click into place. It sounds like its the trem but it isn't.
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#4
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I had the same problem with my Jackson. It's not the FR, it is probably the neck. Unscrew the neck and then put it back on and make sure it is screwed in properly. Sometimes it isn't quite level and when you increase or decrease tension like that it makes the neck click into place. It sounds like its the trem but it isn't.

it is a set neck not a bolt on if that is waht you mean..
#6
Check the posts don't have grooves in them, where the floyd sits against them, it's a common wear point but they're cheap enough to replace.
#9
Turn the guitar over with the trem cover off and watch the trem springs as you push the bar down. Sometimes the coil part of the spring will bind on the front side of the block.
#10
springs. happens on my ibanez. will work itself out eventually
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#11
Get yourself a piece of 3/16 rubber tubing from someplace like Lowes or Home Depot. Cut pieces the same length as the springs and slide them inside the springs. They'll absorb a lot of the spring noises a tremolo can make.