#1
Hello, have recently changed the jackson fr on my dxmg for a schaller bridge, put the strings back on did the stretching etc but the bridge is dipping down into the body quite a lot and I can't seem to fix it. I have tried adjusting the spring screws but that does not work. Any advice? I am going to upload some pictures as soon as I can find the cable to upload pictures from my phone.


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#2
To set up a floating bridge you need to temporarily block the tremolo cavity so you can balance the tension of the strings and springs. If you're not familiar with the technique I can try and write it out for you. If you have tried and it is still not working then maybe it was installed improperly.
#4
Thats fine. But my question is do you know how to properly set up a floating bridge?
#5
I'm gonna go ahead and guess he doesn't... that would be a good place for you to start Kerbache.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1c-7-VMY_w
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#6
I guess I don't have a clue when push comes to shove I thought I would be able to do it by myself but I clearly don't. I will watch this video and hopefully that should be it but I will be back (hopefully not ) if im still stuck.

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#7
youtube has a few other videos if that one isn't clear enough
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