#1
okay, so i bought some new strings for the guitar i bought because the bridge was leaning, then i try to tune it again, but every time i tighten a string, the others loosen. so, should i like position the springs a certian way?

PS. i don't know if this goes here the only reason it's in this category is because i might need to customize it to get it right

thanks
#2
is it a floyd rose or a standard fender (i think called wilkison) trem?

that makes a difference.
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#3
If its a standard trem, try sticking another spring in the back.
If its a floating trem, I'm afraid the only way is to persevere and keep tuning them one by one untill they are all perfectly in tune.
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#5
okay, ive had this problem before. what i ended up having to do was clamp the bridge down, using a large clamp (if you do this, keep some cloth between the body and clamp) and tune it that way. it worked for me.
Gear:

Guitars:
BC Rich Warlock
Dean 88
ME682-In Progress
Amps:
Carvin SX300
Etc:
Clayton 1.0mm picks
Planet Waves cables.