#1
i have a floyd rose and when i use the bar it goes out of tune. ive locked the nut and tightened the springs to make the bridge neutral but it still goes out of tune when i use it
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#2
What guitar is it?
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#3
- Have you stretched the strings enough if they're new?
- Make sure that your bridge is parallel to the body as perfect as possible
- Is this a new guitar?
- Lubricate your action studs using chapstick/lipbalm
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#4
the guitar is brand new.
its a j&d luthiers guitar
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#5
Use the trem a lot, so that your springs will be more spungy. And do what i tell you in the 1st post ^

Changing the strings will also help.
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#6
what are the action studs.
sorry dont know much about floyd roses
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#9
all fixed now
thanks
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