#1
Heyo,

Quick question about a fender style tremelo (mine is floating at the moment). When i depress the bar and bring it back, the note it lands on is different then if i pull the bar up and bring it back. Is there a fix to this or can somebody tell me why this happens?

Trying to figure out a fix for it but im scratching my head.

Thanks!
GEAR

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#2
huh.....? do you mean that it's not in tune when you release the bar? chances are that it is binding at the nut which causes tuning issues.
#3
I've opened the nut channels a bit and lubed it up but thats not helping. Ill try to elaborate more. When i depress ti and let it go, i can get it to pretty much routinely stay in tune. But if i pull up on the bar and let it go, the bridge comes to rest in a different positions, causing a sharper or flatter tuning. Basically the bridge keeps coming back to a resting position that's all over the place.
GEAR

Schecter Synyster Custom w/ EVH D TUNA
Peavey EVH Wolfgang w/ EVH D TUNA
Custom Purple Strat
LTD EX400BD
Gibson SG-X
Marshall Valvestate AVT 50h Head
Peavey 4x12 Stereo Cab

Female Fronted Pop/Punk Right HERE For Ya!
#4
ok. you might want to tighten the springs a hair and not just let go of the bar. pull up and then bring it back down push down a little and then go from there. non locking trems take some finesse to get them to stay in tune. if you are used to using a Floyd then you'll have to adjust your bar style a little to get it to work for you.