#1
When you do a full pull-up, does your high E go to F or F#? My trem angle on my Original Edge seems right but it only goes to F, shouldn't it be able to go to F#? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
#2
depends on the string. on the middle string (say, G), i can normally pull up around a minor third... which is from G to Bb (i.e. 3 frets' worth).
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#3
^Let's say strictly the high E. Just as a quick reference, I may need to adjust the springs. Also, if it's not too much trouble, could you take a quick picture of your trem angle?
#4
depends on the string tension

you should be able to

you might break a string tho
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#5
probably not very much up-pull on that string, no.
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#6
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depends on the string. on the middle string (say, G), i can normally pull up around a minor third... which is from G to Bb (i.e. 3 frets' worth).


I need more tension on the springs then. I just did a full pull-up on G and it went all the the way up to C.
#7
If you want more bend the string up on the fretboard and pull up on the trem. A little tricky but I do it occasionally. The best way is to pull the fingerboard bend instead of pushing. Gives you a little firmer grip on the string.
#9
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I need more tension on the springs then. I just did a full pull-up on G and it went all the the way up to C.


i doubt it. if your trem stays in tune, more up-pull is awesome. that's only a fourth, which is only a tone more than a minor third at any rate. i mean i can normally hit a major third with a pull-up...
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