#1
For some reason it wont stay level to the guitar, And Ive tightened the screws as much as possible, the string size is 9-50.


#3
LOL, it just dawned on me, I never noticed that. Thanks, but is there a specific size you need, or is it one size fits all?
#4
dude ive got 11s on mine and only 3 springs and my trems flush with the body. its only a step down but that shouldnt make that much of a difference would it?
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#6
Man, im in standard tuning with 10's on my floyd, with 2 springs!

Somethings up there..

Edit - And its balanced perfectly!
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#7
You shouldn't need any more springs, 3's more than enough for 9's in standard tuning...looks like there might be else wrong to me.
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#8
I would take all the strings off, pull those two screws out a ways...and just basically start over...Those damned floyds can be a real pain sometimes...
#9
Get some springs. Very cheap at your guitar store. That's what you need. Its not broken, just needs more tension.
#10
get more strings/replace the ones you currently have . But you should take it to the guitar store and ask about it there
#11
are you SURE you have the proper string size? that shouldn't happen at all with 9's, even if the bottoms are a bit heavier.

Perhaps your springs are starting to give? Im pretty stumped if the springs aren't faulty.
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