#1
Hello!

I got a little issue with my Warwick Rocbass standard 4 streamer,
When i bends the Thinnest string (G ...) it bends outside of the fretboard
even if i just bend it less than the normal...

I tried adjusting the bridge(Not raising/lowring the action) but no improvments
#4
haha yeah, just bend the other direction?
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#5
for guitar and bass, there is an unwritten rule about bending, the lower half (the bigger strings) are bend down, the higher half (the thinner strings) are bend up, so the 2 thinnest strings, or if you prefer just the thinnest string, you should bend up
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#6
[Beavis and buthead mode]HEHEHEHEHE He said G-String HEHEHEHEHE [/mode]

Yep what poipoi says, lower down and higher up. Then you will have to be Arnold Schawrzeneger(?) to bend them outside the neck .
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#7
I just relised after a few minutes that bending UPwards solvs it :P as said

I typed "G"-string because it wont allways be G but most off the time hehe depending on tuning....
#10
Oh, I've had that before.. You have to take your bass into the store where you got it so they can send it back to the manufacture.. There they will do multiple tests to see what the problem is then try to repair it.. Last time I had this problem they didn't send my guitar back.

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#12
bend in not out...
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Oh, I've had that before.. You have to take your bass into the store where you got it so they can send it back to the manufacture.. There they will do multiple tests to see what the problem is then try to repair it.. Last time I had this problem they didn't send my guitar back.

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Maybe that wasn't acually a store....
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#15
Quote by lctdmf
Oh, I've had that before.. You have to take your bass into the store where you got it so they can send it back to the manufacture.. There they will do multiple tests to see what the problem is then try to repair it.. Last time I had this problem they didn't send my guitar back.

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