#1
I have a guitar with a double locking Floyd Rose bridge on.
My current tuning is D but i realized that it is always detuning.I have locking nuts and i placed the strings 3 or 2 weeks ago.Oh,my bridge IS parallel to the body but i don't know why it is still detuning.
#3
By detuning do you mean getting out of tune or staying in D. Cause if its staying in D, it's because you tuned it that way, and if it's getting out of tune then I don't know maybe you need to stretch the strings a little more or something.
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#6
If the temperature drops, the strings tighten slightly. It normally stays more or less in tune, but may need some tweaking... that might be the problem.
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#8
Quote by Jackson666
Oh,my bridge IS parallel to the body but i don't know why it is still detuning.


yes azn_guitarist25 he just said it was
#9
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If the temperature drops, the strings tighten slightly. It normally stays more or less in tune, but may need some tweaking... that might be the problem.

Don't the strings get looser?
#10
^actually the wood slightly expands which causes the neck to extend slightly and thus the guitar goes out of tune
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#11
How long have you had the guitar?

On lower quality Floyd Roses, the edges on the saddles wear down, causing the guitar to go out of tune.
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