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but I don't know what this is called, and therefore I have no idea what to do about it. I'm using an RG350DX, it started off being able to bend about a fifth either way but now I'm lucky if I can get it even a tone upwards. The bridge is hitting something in the base, I don't know what, but it's quite a concern.

By "up" I mean upwards in pitch in relation to the note I'm fretting. Downwards, I can still go a fifth, no trouble. Why? And what can I do about it?
My gear:
Ibanez RG350DX - Vintage VR3000 - Squire Telecaster
Marshall 15W
RAT distortion pedal - Boss Compression\Sustain pedal
#2
You need to adjust the springs so that the tremolo floats parallel to the body.
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get it set up, i take it its got an fr, in which case you may have restrung it badly.
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