#1
My Ibanez RG350MDX needed some new strings so today i decided to finally change them. Problem is however I had never changed strings on a guitar that used a Floyd Rose bridge.

I looked up some tutorials and all was going well until it came to tuning the strings. I tuned them up once and the bridge is now waaay too high causing the strings to be a good inch or so off the fretboard at the higher frets. Also, the strings will not stay in tune no matter how many times i re-tune.

Will I need to get new strings and start again?
Why is it not staying in tune?
Is there anything i can do to lower the bridge without starting again?

Any help is appreciated.
#2
you should go to the floyd rose thread. most of your questions have probly been answered there
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#3
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you should go to the floyd rose thread. most of your questions have probly been answered there


Wasn't aware there was one, I'll have a look.