#1
do the strings immediately go way out of tune when pushed down on? i was arguing with the guy at a pawnshop and telling him it wasnt set up proper ly. am i wrong?
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#2
If you have an extremely crappy FR then it is possible, but normally they aren't supposed to do that. Is the nut locked?
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#3
its not actually my guitar, but i think 1 was
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#4
if it's a quality floyd, and it's properly setup and everything's locked that should be locked, you can go crazy on the floyd for days and it'll still be in tune.
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