#1
after i tune my jackson RR3 to standard and let it sit for not even five minutes, the low E goes to a Db and the A goes to a B. i lock the things at the nut and its okay for a few minutes then it ****s up again. can someone help me out?
#2
NOt being patronizing but have you stretched the strings before you locked the nut????
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#3
yea you need to play with the strings for a bit, before they get settled, then you can lock the nut and they'll stay tuned.
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#4
either that or guitar has become infused with the blood of a lesser demon, which can prove problematic - if this is the case you'll need to take it to a church to get exorcised.
I want to feel youre body breaking, and shaking, and
left in the cold,
I want to feel youre conscience making, a change to fix
this dying soul....
#5
Quote by dream-thief
either that or guitar has become infused with the blood of a lesser demon, which can prove problematic - if this is the case you'll need to take it to a church to get exorcised.


I second that.
#6
sadly it happened to one of mine a while ago (she will be remembered for ever...despite only costing me £50).

but then i realized one of the tremolo springs had broken, which was somewhat of a disappointment, as i was looking forward to the look on our parish priests face when I asked him if he could help.
I want to feel youre body breaking, and shaking, and
left in the cold,
I want to feel youre conscience making, a change to fix
this dying soul....