#1
So recently i changed all the strings on my guitar in one go.
The new strings are the same gauge 10-46
My guitars an ibanez. And i (think) its a floyd rose tremolo i got..

since i did this, my bridge is being "yanked" or something

it used to be parraellel to my guitar and now its being pulled upwards.. its hard to explain.

how do i fix this :\


p.s loosening the string makes the bridge go back into the guitar, but then my tuning is messed up. :\
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Ibanez RG(cnt remember)
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Line 6 Guitar Port


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Last edited by iruka2998 at May 11, 2008,
#2
you have to change the springs in the back. get a screwdriver and tighten the screws so the bridge comes down
#3
Quote by uk.mace
you have to change the springs in the back. get a screwdriver and tighten the screws so the bridge comes down



thanks alot
its back to normal
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Ibanez RG(cnt remember)
Marshall MG30DFX
Line 6 Guitar Port


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#4
i have the same problem, but with my strat...is it the same solution? tightening the screws in the back?
#5
this is soo ****ing wierd.


since i changed my guitar there, the strings are closer to the fretboard, thers no nasty buzz though, and i feel like my guitar skills just went up.

like i can play stuff easier, faster, cleaner.

wtf ? is it cuz the strings r closer to the fretboard ?

|-----| Gear |-----|

Ibanez RG(cnt remember)
Marshall MG30DFX
Line 6 Guitar Port


YOUTUBE PR0NZZ