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?
so the bridge is sitting level on the guitar?
I'll get pics
pretty damn close if you ask me.
Same thing happens with me too, the e string never really depresses that much, what guage strings do you use?
well it still has the 10-46 ghs boomers on it, but i'll probably replace it with d'addario ones. (same guage)