#1
Well, I have an original Floyd set up by the custom shop in California by the schecter people, and it works fine, but for some reason the high e string doesn't go nearly as low pitched with depressing the bar. I mean that I'll bring down the bar all the way until none of the strings are tight enough to be heard, but the e string is still at the pitch of like the b string without even using the trem. It's not a huge problem, but I have no idea why it's like that. Do you guys know why, or how I can fix it? By the way there's nothing wrong you can see from the front, I've checked the spring cabinet and nothing weird there. Got any ideas?
#6
well it still has the 10-46 ghs boomers on it, but i'll probably replace it with d'addario ones. (same guage)