#1
My friend has a LTD KH202 or something, with a LFR and he changed from .009's to .010-.060's and the bridge sunk into the body. If he just changes back to .009's will it go back to normal or does he need to get it set up? thanks in advance


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#2
That makes no sense...

Heavier strings would make the bridge come out of the body...

When he was changing them, did he take all the strings off at once?
#3
nope, he did it one by one


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#4
did you check if one of the springs in the back came off?

you should probably get it checked at a shop
just in case

maybe you have a ghost in your guitar...

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#6
He said he didnt block the trem while he was changing the strings


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#7
umm he just needs to loosen the springs in the back to let the bridge up a bit more :S
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#8
Do you know what is really annoying? People with guitars that have no ****ing idea about how to set them up or how they work!
#9
well he only got the guitar a few weeks ago, and it is his first floyd rose. Everyone mustve been at this point sometime


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#11
well i guess i woudlve done the same, so in the end its all my friends fault.


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#12
hey i'm gonna tune down my new guitar with FR to C standard, what should I be careful with? do I need a high precision tuner for intonation? should i try it on my own or take the guitar to the shop?
#13
Mmmm to falafel.

You need to put on heavier gauge strings or the tremolo will be WAY pulled back down and the strings will be very floppy.
I think 11s would be fine.
Its nothing that you have to take to the shop. Are you sure that you will not change the tuning atleast a few months ?