#1
I just recently bought a Jackson Warrior WRXT with a Licensed Floyd Rose floating bridge. I'm having problems tunning it while keeping the bridge down. Any help would be appreciated
~BC0
Warrior WRXT
#2
Your description is inadequate but I still think I know what you're talking about. If you have increased your string gauge or now use higher tuning, you'll have to compensate by "pulling" the bridge back to level with the face of the guitar by moving the spring claw found inside the tremolo cavity closer to the neck of the guitar, in effect tightening the screws that hold it in place.

Good luck with your problem. Any further questions please ask.
#3
Quote by tanman
Your description is inadequate but I still think I know what you're talking about. If you have increased your string gauge or now use higher tuning, you'll have to compensate by "pulling" the bridge back to level with the face of the guitar by moving the spring claw found inside the tremolo cavity closer to the neck of the guitar, in effect tightening the screws that hold it in place.

Good luck with your problem. Any further questions please ask.



either that or you may need to add a spring.

you're safest bet is to bring it in and have it professionally serviced
Guitar:
Ibanez S-Series 7 String
Pedals/other:
Morley Power Wah Volume
Gemini Dual Channel EQ
Boss TU-2
Amp:
Peavey 5150 120 watt combo (considering sale)