#2
ummm...... raising or lowering your bridge might help you out a bit? im not to sure what you mean...
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#4
By learning how to spell first, and then elaborating.
Gear

Guitars -
ESP V-500 w/EMG 81/85
Jackson Mark Morton Signature Primer


Amps -
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Pedals -
Line 6 PodXT Live
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#5
Quote by BadgerX
By learning how to spell first, and then elaborating.

Why dont you have a big glass of shut the F*ock up?
#6
You really need to let us know what kind of guitar you have, what bridge you have, any floyd rose or edge pro system, etc.

We can not help you unless you are specific about what you have.
#7
I would shut the frock up, but I don't wear frocks, sorry there.

Anyway, moving on.
Gear

Guitars -
ESP V-500 w/EMG 81/85
Jackson Mark Morton Signature Primer


Amps -
Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 60 Head
Marshall MS-2 Mini-Amp


Pedals -
Line 6 PodXT Live
Blackstart HT-Dual Valve Distortion
#8
Depends on what bridge it is, but in most cases as far as I know it's just adjusting the height of your bridge.
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#9


loosen the screws on the top of the bridge posts. lower the thumb screws, pointed to by the red arrows.
then tighten it all up again when you're done.
Jenneh

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