#1
I want to use my ibanez without the floyd because its crap and want to block of the trem and just use it open. Should i change the nut, because the tuning stability is still pretty crap as it is.
#2
Just leave the nut unlocked when you play. I mean, if you really wanted to you could get a roller nut or something like that, but I don't know if that would really affect your tuning stability. I would invest in some better tuners, and get a tremol-no.
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#3
It's not that easy to change the nut. Block the trem, tune the guitar, lock the nut, done. I have been playing Ibanez for years and never a tuning problem. You might need to get the guitar setup.
#4
Quote by Dog454
Just leave the nut unlocked when you play. I mean, if you really wanted to you could get a roller nut or something like that, but I don't know if that would really affect your tuning stability. I would invest in some better tuners, and get a tremol-no.


dude how is the tuning with your s series? i may just sell mine and buy that
#6
Quote by jake911
What kind of rg you have?


i dont have an rg

the trem is a 1996 trs 1. awful
#10
ive noticed my rg has been going out of tune often lately. it used to be good. any explanations?
#11
Quote by no_thing101
ive noticed my rg has been going out of tune often lately. it used to be good. any explanations?

Bad factory setup? Needs lubing?
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