#1
So I pick up my guitar to play it and I see this






How do I fix this?
#2
did you switch your strings to a new guage? change tuneings?

if so you have to adjust your spring tentsion
#3
Quote by GuitarFreak1387
did you switch your strings to a new guage? change tuneings?

if so you have to adjust your spring tentsion


Messing with the whammy bar a lot ( Dreaming of a Floyd )
And the strings I put on were slightly larger.

But Thanks!
#4
yeah your goin to have to set up the guitar for the larger strings. id also recomend some locking tunners to help out a little
#5
you can tighten the two screws in there, but dont force them. you might do better just adding another spring.
Jenneh

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#6
Thicker strings have more tension. At the same tuning the strings will pull on the trem lifting it forward. You need to tighten the spring claw to compensate.
#8
Thanks everyone! The strings were only slightly larger and I wasn't expecting it to do much.
#10
Quote by GuitarFreak1387
also whats with the white on the back on the back plate?

I think its just a reflection
#12
Quote by GuitarFreak1387
also whats with the white on the back on the back plate?


I used my computer to take the picture and I guess when the picture is being taken the screen goes white. But yeah reflection.

Fixed it by the way!
#14
Quote by GuitarFreak1387
ahhh i guess i was wrong about the reflection.

cool that you got it fixed.


Yeah I never knew changing string gauge would do that.

And I was looking at your guitars and I'm actually planning on getting an RR3 real soon.