#1
hey, i got a Dean Razorback a few years ago and at the moment i cant get the bastard in tune. I use the tuner in my amp to tune it. It has a floyd rose bridge so you have to use the machine heads to get it in tune first, and then fine tune it with the tuners on the bridge, supposedly. Ive never really had a problem with it before it Ive just tried tuning it for bout half an hour and its still being gay.

When i have one string in tune another will go straight out, so pissin me off.

Any ideas on how I can get it all the string in tune, without the other strings going out? Do any other ppl have this problem??

thnnks
#2
Are the string guages correct?
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#3
yeh they are, but ive had the same strings on for about a year, so tht cud play a part, i dunno.
#4
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yeh they are, but ive had the same strings on for about a year, so tht cud play a part, i dunno.

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#5
ur string are probably about to snap. there stretchng and about to break most likely.
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