#1
Last night I followed that Frudua YouTube vid to set my strat (2-point) bridge to float. Now the action is higer-I screwed down the 2 posts as far as they go. Do I need to adjust the saddles way low, or did I screw up? Would it be better to raise the bridge, and make it more parallel with the body like on an ibanez trem?
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Last edited by 21GunSalute at Sep 30, 2016,
#2
Yes you have to set the action way low. If you watch FruduaTV's 6-point bridge float video, you'll see that he sets the action super-duper low.
#3
Thanks man. I lowered the saddles and got it working pretty well. Sounds great but it is going out of tune pretty quickly when using the trem. I'm gonna lube it up and see if that helps.
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