#1
own a fender american stratocaster. when i bend up one note on any string, the bridge works as if i was pushing the whammy bar down so when i play a note, and bend another one while the other is stil ringing, it acts as if the whammy has been used...

what can i do?
oh...and i put it in this thread because no one answerd me in the other 3...
Quote:
guy-get an ak-47 shoot him and blame it on his dog
man-he dont have one... can someone siriously help me?!
guy-just jack one froma local pet store. throw it in his yard. shoot him. duck tape the ak-14 to the dogs paw. run.. use gloves.
#3
i honestly dunno...
Quote:
guy-get an ak-47 shoot him and blame it on his dog
man-he dont have one... can someone siriously help me?!
guy-just jack one froma local pet store. throw it in his yard. shoot him. duck tape the ak-14 to the dogs paw. run.. use gloves.
#4
Change the springs in the bridge. The reason it's moving are that the springs are to loose. Just ad more or change them.

Edit: The extra tension on the strings makes the bridge move
#5
I thought this is suposed to happen on guitars with whammys. Bending a string means the tension is increased, which pulls the bridge towards the body, reducing the tension on the other strings.
#6
When did you get it?? Where aswell.

And also, could you please explain it again?? (It was really hard to read)
yo.

I BELIEVE
#7
i got it at a large chain in tel-aviv israel-where i live....
its like when i bend a string, the bridge moves towords the body which causes the tone of the other strings to go down half a step.
got it?
edit: i got it 2 monthes ago and i just noticed
Quote:
guy-get an ak-47 shoot him and blame it on his dog
man-he dont have one... can someone siriously help me?!
guy-just jack one froma local pet store. throw it in his yard. shoot him. duck tape the ak-14 to the dogs paw. run.. use gloves.
Last edited by shooky at Jan 20, 2007,