#1
if i take the strings off my guitar to change pick ups will the floyd go unbalanced?if so is it easy to re-balance?i search and found nothing relitive
#2
If you know what you're doing...yes. If you know what you're doing SOMEWHAT...could take a few dozen minutes. And if you have no clue wtf you're doing.....

Take it to a decent prices pro.
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#3
Block the trem if you are removing all the strings at once. If your changing one at a time you won't have any issues. If you don't block the trem the Floyd will cave into its trem cavity and its a real *itch to get out sometimes.
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#5
That may be difficult to do with only one pair of hands. Block it off with a pencil or two so that it won't cave in on you and you'll be fine.
-Denny
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#6
no they arnt hard to set up, although they can be time consuming.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=P1c-7-VMY_w

that video is usually in german but they redid for english. they have some great tips and ideas of making restringing your guitar a lot easier.

There are several videos on youtube. Just search for floyd rose setup or set up a floyd rose
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