#1
Ive switched from EB 9's to GHS 10's now the arse bit of the FR is sticking up in the air. Do I need another spring?
Once I shaved them on a friends razor so when he picked it up he just goes "ARE THESE PUBES! OH MY GOD!" and starting beating the crap out of me.
#2
take off the back plate and tighten the screws until the bridge levels off.
#3
im probaly gonna have to do the same cause im switching from 9s to 10s also
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#4
Quote by haz_uk
take off the back plate and tighten the screws until the bridge levels off.


This. Please loosen the strings before hand, retune and repeat. Else, you may wind up with losing an eye, due to string snappage.
#5
Yeah de tune before screwing tighter, and then afterwards tune up and see if it is level. its kind of a guess and check deal
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#6
i swapped from 9-42 to 10-52 today and dropped to D standard

i had to tighten the screws and i also had to add in an extra spring
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#7
Loosen the strings alot, and screw in the screws in the back. You may have to keep loosening the strings after you screw it in a bit.

After its level, tune it, and you should be ready to go.

The same exact thing happened to me, FR's are a bitch.

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