#1
So the back end of my floyd rose is way to high by the time I tune my guitar to standard. Every time I go to tune, the bridge rises (obviously). How do I get it so that the bridge stays still, or i can tune it without it rising to high? So basically the back end of the bridge is to high, which doesn't allow me to use the tremolo bar.

Edit- Is it possible I stringed it on the wrong side of the tuning pegs, causing it to lift the bridge when I tune?
Last edited by Metallica rulz at Mar 16, 2008,
#2
just add more spring tension and you will be fine.
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#3
need to even out your tensions. when you tune, you shouldnt be having these problems to begin with.

these adjustments occur under the backplate...look for a good tutorial for spring tension adjustments.

im too lazy to write you one here. its a simple adjustment, however.
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#5
what was the string gauge did you use?
Ibanez RG1570
B.C. Rich KKV
Jackson RR3
Jackson RR5
Ibanez S320
Ibanez S520EX
Vox AD50VT-XL
Dunlop Zakk Wylde Wah
Marshall 2203KK
Marshall 1960A 4x12 Cab
Boss ML-2 Metalcore
Coffin Case Blooddrive