#1
Maybe someone can help me on this. I have an ibanez with a floyd rose that i saved from a dumpster. The neck was broken on it so i replaced it with the neck from another one of my guitars. The new neck happens to apparently be a little thicker than the old one. That that when i was putting the new strings on when i went to thighten them they were flat out hitting the frets. Is there any way i can fix this, like is it possible to raise the bridge or anything?
#2
truss rod
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#3
yes, you can unscrew the two posts that the bridge is against. make sure theyre even though or that could f up your bridge.
#4
go to the Floyd Rose set-up sticky at the top of the page and read on how to raise your action
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idk what the keys are for but the reason i think its for the floyd rose is because its called floyd rose double locking

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