#1
Ok first time poster, and didn't find anything via search, so hear goes;
Yesterday, I tried to tune my Ibanez GRG 270 and totally forgot that I had a floyd rose, so I tried to tune it at the head, so yeah, my high E snaps
So today I tried to replace it, and somehow I can't seem to get them all in tune, I've tried a gazillion times, but they all go out of tune after I tuned another string :S
Could use some help
#2
As long as it's the same gauge as the one that snapped, it will eventually start to stay in tune.
#3
So pretty much just let it be for a few hours, and then they'll remain in tune?
There also might be something wrong my string retainer or my locking nuts, but nothing I could catch with the naked eye...
Anyway, thanks for the fast answer
#4
Well, I don't know about the mechanical aspect. If it's the same gauge, there is not problem with the strings. There could be something else going wrong. But I would suggest tuning it a few more times and stretching the strings in between,
#5
Hmm, what do you mean with stretching the string? Tuning them higher via the headstock, and then try to tune em back to normal? Again, I really, really appreciate this, thought I could come back home and enjoy some guitar practice...