#1
how do you resrting it....my stepdad says its going 2 be a bitch trying 2 restring it.....how do i do it???????????????
#2
Rule #1- Change one string at a time

Step#1 - unlock nut
Step#2 - unlock saddles
Step#3 - Take string out
Step#4 - get new string and cut ball
Step#5 - Stick String into saddle
Step#6 - Tighten saddle
Step#7 - String it through neck
Step#8 - Tune
Step#9 - Repeat Steps above for all other strings
Step#10 - lock nut

EDIT: They're the pain in the ass if you take them all out. I learned the hard way. And make sure your floyd is set-up properly, it took me 2 hours to set it up correctly (atleast I saved $50)
Last edited by hckfrk38 at Jul 23, 2006,
#3
It's really not as hard as everyone says/thinks. Look for a guide on this site.

All you have to do is take off the locking nuts at the neck first, then loosen the saddles and tuners 1 by 1 to take out and replace each string.
#4
most important thing really is step one cause releasing to much tension of the neck dosnt help the neck and on the tuning nob make sure theres a fair bit of string wrapped round cause it helps keep it in tune.
#7
what guitar is this on? since some licenced trems have their strings going through the string tubes and dont require the ball end to be cut off