#1
Does anyone know how to change the tension on the strings? I have a Peavey Rotor EXP with a Floyd Rose, and the bridge is slanted to low in the back. And please don't " turn tunning pegs", I would like higher tension on string while still being in tune.
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#2
You want a bigger gauge of strings then. But if the trem is floating back, take the plastic plate off the guitar, and unscrew the two screws on the trem claw until the floyd is balanced.
#3
You meen those two screws holding the metal plate holding the springs?
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#4
Start by backing off the screws that hold the trem claw to the body on the underside of the guitar. If that does not ease the tension enough, then try removing one spring and retightening the trem claw and start again. It is a lot of trial and error as you will have to retune every time you make an adjustment.
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