#2
Probably rotate it to the left, if it is copied off of a fender bridge. They twist in and out. Lefty loosie, righty tighty.
#3
Quote by myvaliantleap
Probably rotate it to the left, if it is copied off of a fender bridge. They twist in and out. Lefty loosie, righty tighty.


ok sorry i didnt make this clear enough... how do i loosen it so when i push it the strings are loosened more- in others words how do i make it more sensitive?
#4
adjust the springs on the back, if it has a cover take it off, Then adjust the 2 screws that hold the springs.
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#5
Quote by stratster23
adjust the springs on the back, if it has a cover take it off, Then adjust the 2 screws that hold the springs.


thats really not what its there for but yes you can do that
#6
^Actually it is since if you look in the manual for a trem (especiall any FR) then it will tell you to do that to make it more sensitive or less sensitive.
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#7
Quote by SGStrummer61
^Actually it is since if you look in the manual for a trem (especiall any FR) then it will tell you to do that to make it more sensitive or less sensitive.


really its there more to counter-act the tension caused by the strings on the opposite thats why you have to replace the springs in the back and a few years time because they are always working on counter-acting the string pressure
#8
yeah, and if u loosen too much, ur going to have a bear of a time keeping it in tune.

a better idea is to use a lighter gauge string.
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