#1
Hey guys, I got my MIM S/S/H Fat strat about a month ago. I have kept this thing in top condition, and its been good.

About 3 weeks ago, I had a Seymour Duncan Invader HB installed into it by hix brothers music.

Everything seemed fine, but I just looked at the bridge, and it is coming out way more than it is supposed to. Im really nervous, because it is brand new.

What can I do to fix this?
Chris Redfield Of The Resident Evil Club
#2
Add a spring in the cavity of your tremolo

On the back of your guitar screw off the plate in the middle and add a spring thar
Vintage V-100, EMG 81&60
Chapman ML-1

Jet City JCA20H
#3
Thanks for the quick reply, but is this supposed to happen?

Will any bad things happen if I were to leave it like this?
Chris Redfield Of The Resident Evil Club
#4
Quote by Bowlingforcerea
Thanks for the quick reply, but is this supposed to happen?

Will any bad things happen if I were to leave it like this?


did you put a heaver gauge of strings on it?
did you start using a different tuning?

And can you get me some pics of the bridge?
Vintage V-100, EMG 81&60
Chapman ML-1

Jet City JCA20H
#5
I put a different gauge A string, because its all I had, that probably did it eh?

I go between Drop D tuning, Standard and Eb

Pics will have to wait
Chris Redfield Of The Resident Evil Club
#6
Quote by Bowlingforcerea
I put a different gauge A string, because its all I had, that probably did it eh?

I go between Drop D tuning, Standard and Eb

Pics will have to wait


yeah to spring will do fine

or replace your strings to what you had and you'll be fine
Vintage V-100, EMG 81&60
Chapman ML-1

Jet City JCA20H
#7
maby the spring tension is too high?
remember to reset the action and intonation when your done.

dont worry to much fenders can take a beating and still sound good
#9
Quote by SquierLolz
Add a spring in the cavity of your tremolo

On the back of your guitar screw off the plate in the middle and add a spring thar

you gonna tell him how his INVADER sucks also.