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.
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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