#1
I upgraded gauges from .9-46 to .10-52. i have a floating brigde but not a Floyd. The Tremolo is dipped down, like when you do a dive bomb. I think it's the springs, but will it be fine? I have a gig tommorow, so i need to know.
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#2
It should get adjusted, but I'm not familiar enough with tremelo bars to tell you how to do it. If the intonation is good, you'll be able to play a gig, but the bar might not work so well.
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#3
I wont do any dive bombs with it looking like that, but the inotation was adjusted recently so i hope it holds up.
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Carvin Legacy Vai Cabinet 4x12 Cabinet
Boss SD-1 Super Overdrive
ZW-44 Overdrive
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#4
you need to tighten the spring claw, its on the back of the guitar underneath the plastic plate in the center. its really easy to adjust, look up how to do it online.
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#5
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iBanez GRG170DX W/ Dimarzio Steve's Special
VTM 60 Tube Head
Carvin Legacy Vai Cabinet 4x12 Cabinet
Boss SD-1 Super Overdrive
ZW-44 Overdrive
Zakk Wylde Signiture Wah
#7
loosen your strings up. take the back plate off. adjust the screws holding the claw to the body in some. retune. check the bridge. repeat if necessary... leaving strings tight while adjusting claw can be counter productive and can also cause you to break a string.