#1
cos mine wont go down. i sat down with mt guitar for an hour trying and failing horribly. what should i do?
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#2
Pics?

But yeah retainer bars are supposed to be low so that it angle the string over the locking nut
#3
ye i was wondering that too, how do u adjust a string retainer?
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#4
there are 2 little screws on each end of the retainer. You have to use a screwdriver with a small enough tip, and be careful not to strip the tiny screws.
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#5
ye i noe that lol, i just wanna noe how low should i adjust it?
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#7
mine didnt come low
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why are metal musicians prone to fatness?
Cause there music is heavy.


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#8
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ye i noe that lol, i just wanna noe how low should i adjust it?

if you look at your locking nut, and the end of the nut towards the tuning pegs, you will see little V grooves where the strings ride. The retainer should be low enough, that the strings are sitting firmly at the bottom of the V. This will make the strings angle over the end of the locking nut. Some guitars don't have a retainer, but the headstock is angled enough where the same effect occurs.
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#9
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if you look at your locking nut, and the end of the nut towards the tuning pegs, you will see little V grooves where the strings ride. The retainer should be low enough, that the strings are sitting firmly at the bottom of the V. This will make the strings angle over the end of the locking nut. Some guitars don't have a retainer, but the headstock is angled enough where the same effect occurs.


thanks man
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