#4
God damn you suck at spelling.

Anyways, you do know that if you get your bridge to float, you won't be able to bend very high at all, right? It's just not designed as a floating bridge.

I don't think a pic is really necessary. I mean, can't you just jack up the height of the bridge until it's floating? (make sure you constantly retune as you go along!)
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#6
You said in the title that you have a strat, right?

a strat-style bridge and a floyd-rose style bridge are too different things.

The strat bridge: isn't a floating bridge (or is set up to be floating just a little bit), usually doesn't lock at the nut, and simply isn't designed for crazy-ass Steve Vai whammy bar stuff.

a floyd rose style bridge: is usually fully floating, locks at the nut and is designed for crazy whammy bar tricks.

Look at the pics here: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/columns/gear_maintenance/action.html
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Your shadow in the morning striding behind you
Or your shadow at evening rising to meet you
I will show you fear in a handful of dust
#7
I heard tuning is difficult on floyd roses. What is the difference?
what is the music theory and what does it teach you, like scales, solos, and to build speed???



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