#1
I sent an email to the american musical tech. support thing asking if you could use a d-tuna on an Jackson DXMG because i read a review on the site that said you couldnt use it. he sent me this back:

"Yes, the D-Tuna will work on the DXMG when you set up the bridge so it will not
float any longer."

It is a flyod rose style bridge and i dont know what that means. if it doesnt float what wont i be able to do? and how would you go about making it not float? thanks for any help.
#2
You will have to block the trem so it can only dive down, or else it will go out of tune when dropped to D.
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