#1
Can i just replace it or do I have to bring it to the shop because the gay ass floyd is friged up? man i hate having a floyd rose. i dont even use it.
#2
You can block it or get the tremol-no. I think by putting the new one on though will even it out.
#3
the real question is if you can fix it
if not then take it you a shop
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#4
eh.., the real question is why you have a floyd when you dont use it

if you dont like tremelo just go 2 hard tail man
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#6
Just put a new e string on there and tune it and the bridge should even out. You really dont need to bother taking it to a shop.
#7
It's just like any other string break, just restring it especially if the strings are kinda old, like 3 weeks or more. Stringing a Floyd isn't hard at all; I learned in about the first 5 minutes of getting my guitar because the low e was coming out.
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#8
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Can i just replace it or do I have to bring it to the shop because the gay ass floyd is friged up? man i hate having a floyd rose. i dont even use it.


Probably because you dont know how
#10
i feel your pain my floyd on my ibanez is a P.O.S., a whole bracket got screwed up using my bar last night and it took forever to fix
#11
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Probably because you dont know how

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