#1
Alright, so I recently got a hold of a guitar with a whacky bridge (from my point of view anyway).
It looks alot like this http://wb-inc.net/Ibanez/Ibanez-Edge-Chrome3.jpg

Can anyone tell me what the knobs at the top of it do? (the ones that potrude away from the device)

I messed with them, and now the guitar sounds terrible, and I'm confused. Any help?
#3
im not 100% sure, but i think those are tuners that are more precise.
like if you tune it correctly and you have a locking nut (mostly for guitars with tremelo's) then if it goes out of tune you can tune it with those.
or maybee it adjusts the intonation
i have no clue lol
#4
the knobs at the top are the fine tuners.
you messed up your tuning a bit.
Send me off to bed forevermore.
#5
Quote by RatmN'Roses
the knobs at the top are the fine tuners.
you messed up your tuning a bit.


thats right you have a locking bridge
#6
Quote by Hellbound45


I messed with them, and now the guitar sounds terrible


Why would you do that lol? Now you're going to have to learn to use them.
#8
Well I turned all of them and played with them when I first got the guitar. (I had to fix the wiring in it, and I had no idea how to take out the strings on that type of bridge so I turned those knobs)

Well, I know it untuned my guitar, but I tuned it back to normal, and it doesn't have such a rich sound now.
Maybe I did something with the pickups...

Anyways, thanks guys!