#1
Today i changedthe strings on my guitar that is has a locking vibrato. I changed all the strings fine with no problems but then when i go to tune it, the floating bridge rises up and as i go down through the strings it goes higher and higher. This of course means that the strings i tuned at the start are now out of tune again. Then when i go to tune them again the bottom strings are out of tune again.

I know how to level out the bridge so you don't need to explain that to me.

Anyone know how to do it properly?
#2
Yeah the proper way is to make sure it's horizontally even, vertically flush and stays in tune. It's a bitch, and if you're going to a higher or lower gauge string you may need to either remove or add a spring.
#3
Floating bridges ALWAYS do that...you just have to keep going over your tuning.
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