#1
Hi, i have a Cort RH1 that looks like a wolfgang.

Specs :

CONSTRUCTION: Bolt-on
BODY: Basswood
NECK: Hard Scarf Joint
BINDING: n/a
FRETBOARD: Maple
BRIDGE: FR-II Tremolo w/ Cort Logo
MACHINE HEAD: Diecasting
PICKUPS (Front): Motherbucker, (Rear): Motherbucker
ELECTRONICS: 1 volume, 1 tone (push-pull), 1toggle switch


So the problem is every time i use the tremolo the strings easily de tune..

The Question is: Should I replace the nut and the whole floyd rose or just eitther one ?
#2
How is the bridge set up?
Have the strings been stretched in properly?
Are the knife edges in good condition?
Is the locking nut tight?
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#3
T00DEEPBLUE

Everything is ok, It's just the floyd rose that's cheap n crappy.. Its not an original floyd rose, its a copy.

Just wondering. Should i Change my crappy tuning peg into a better one or change the floyd rose to keep my tuning stable ?
#4
If the knife edges of the Floyd are damaged, then replacing the floyd with a better one will make a difference.

Good quality Floyds aren't exactly cheap though. It may not be economical to put what is a relatively costly upgrade on a guitar so cheap.

There's not much to go wrong with locking nuts. If the threads are okay and it's mounted tightly to the neck, then you won't need to replace it.
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