#1
hey, i've been playing 6 months now, n decided to try something new today, and in this song by limp bizkit, i'm findin it hard to use the tremlo arm, it's like it's really stiff, just wondering, is there a way to losen it so it bends easily?
any tips appreciated
#2
Take off the plate on the back of your guitar where the tremolo is, and remove springs until you're comfortable.
#3
yeah, but if you do that, it'll make your intonation go all funny. just practice with it. that's really the only way.
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#5
how in tune your guitar is at any fret, not including open strings.
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#6
Basically, any time you fret a note, you're actually fretting the note sharp because the act of fretting stretches the string.

Intonation is the attempt to stabilise the tuning over the entire fretboard, and not just on the open string.
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#7
^^the technical version of what i said. same thing.
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#8
mmm i'll have to check that out later, i've jus losened the springs a little n the trems fine, i've retuned it too, so i'll jus check out the frets later on