#1
so ive had my guitar in D standard for a while, then went down to C and now im back at E again

but it seems the strings are really far away from the fretboard from like the 12th fret and up and my floating tremelo is up really high

there are two pegs on my guitar that i think i should turn to fix this but i dont wanna screw anything up

anyone got any advice?
#3
add springs and tighten the springs in the trem cavity, in the back of the guitar to level the bridge.
Jenneh

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#4
Quote by jj1565
add springs and tighten the springs in the trem cavity, in the back of the guitar to level the bridge.


add springs? as long as you have a total of 3 springs your fine
#5
^not if his bridge is lifted, and he's putting too much tension on the trem screws.
Jenneh

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#6
needs lock down studs.
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