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Old 2005-01-05, 04:13
JimRoot4 JimRoot4 is offline
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Guitar Problems

I'm having problems lowering my bridge... Its sticking out like a mof... and I do not know how to lower it.. i've fitle farted around with springs and nothing happened... :S I'm confused with what springs are used for... I think there used to hold the bridge in place from ripping out if so I think i need an extra one.. i have a DXMG Jackson.. with a floyd rose bridge.. can you please tell me what i need to do in order to lower the bridge.. or if the doesn't make a hole lot of sense just say doesn't make sense and i'll just explain more.. lol.. thz in advance
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Old 2005-01-05, 04:19
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The springs counteract the tension caused by the strings.

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Old 2005-01-05, 06:41
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i just read that says to keep he bridge parralel to the body...

ive always had the fine tuners tilted up for years on my setups by about 15 degrees

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Old 2005-01-05, 13:11
HermanRi! HermanRi! is offline
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Originally Posted by BLS
The springs counteract the tension caused by the strings.

have fun reading.

that website is awesome, i had the exact same problem as jimroot4 and after reading that carefully, following each step i cleared my problem up straigh away.
its really clear
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