#1
I have a strat-style guitar, with standard tremolo. Will this eventually rip out my bridge? I am now using 11's, and I love them. My wammy bar can finally go up a whole step instead of just lowering the pitch. What should i do?
VAN HALEN - March 13 at the Izod

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#2
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I have a strat-style guitar, with standard tremolo. Will this eventually rip out my bridge?

No.
I am now using 11's, and I love them. My wammy bar can finally go up a whole step instead of just lowering the pitch. What should i do?

Most Strats are set up to having the bridge floating a bit. Too extreme really isn't good for your intonation. If you want to move the bridge down a bit, add another spring or two to the trem, or just screw the plate that holds the springs in a little bit further to increase the tension. You could also put the strings at an angle between the bridge and the plate rather than straight across.
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#3
Dirk is right.

If you are not having tuning problems and if you are not having intonation problems then I'd say leave it alone and count yourself lucky.
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#4
there are no tuning or intonation problems - thanks dirk.
VAN HALEN - March 13 at the Izod

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