#1
just wondering how. i'm confused by it, as the strings are "locked" as it were. any help?
#2
with the fine tumers on the bridge. you can tune the normal way before you lock the nut but you have to fine tune after.
#5
If you want to change tunings, the short answer is "you don't". If you want to set it up for to be in a different tuning for a long time then you can do it, you need to re-balance the bridge by adjusting the stprings in the trem cavity. If you're looking to change ttunings fairly frequently then don't do it, it's not worth the hassle of re-setting the bridge everytime. If you don't re-balance the bridge then it's bad for the trem.

If you just want to make minor tuning adjustments due to strings dropping out of tune then use the fine tuners.
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If you want to change tunings, the short answer is "you don't". If you want to set it up for to be in a different tuning for a long time then you can do it, you need to re-balance the bridge by adjusting the stprings in the trem cavity. If you're looking to change ttunings fairly frequently then don't do it, it's not worth the hassle of re-setting the bridge everytime. If you don't re-balance the bridge then it's bad for the trem.

If you just want to make minor tuning adjustments due to strings dropping out of tune then use the fine tuners.


k, thank a lot.