#1
i down tune my guitar alot, and recently, i've decided to learn alot of children of bodom's solos. which take a lot of time..so i've decided to keep my guitar in Drop C.

my tremolo, when in standard, is like floating (strat type bridge), and i want to have it like that.
but when i tuned down, the bridge dropped back onto the body of the guitar.
to get it floating, do i just take the backplate off and fiddle with the screws until it's floating again?

thanks
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#2
Pretty much.
You will probably want to put some thicker strings on too if you're keeping it in drop C pernamently
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#3
Loosen the screws on the trem claw holding the springs in place, this way it should relieve some tension and return the bridge to neutral.
#4
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Pretty much.
You will probably want to put some thicker strings on too if you're keeping it in drop C pernamently


ive got .10s on it, and they're fine for drop A




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Loosen the screws on the trem claw holding the springs in place, this way it should relieve some tension and return the bridge to neutral.


thought so. thanks
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#5
How can .10s work for drop A :O
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How can .10s work for drop A :O


they do
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