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post #14 of (permalink) Old 09-29-2020, 01:24 AM
peromucho7
 
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Re: Ibanez Jen BFP tremolo instability?

I will try to be simple and short.

Tune your guitar.
if bridge is high, screw springs in.
But not to right angle. You need to screw bit MORE to compensate strings that went up in pitch.

After you screw springs, retune again. Bridge must be sitting lower then before If it is not enough, repeat screwing springs.
But not to right angle. You need to screw bit MORE to compensate strings that went up in pitch.

Then retune,
if bridge is high. screw springs in.
But not to right angle. You need to screw bit MORE to compensate strings that went up in pitch.

After you screw springs, retune again. Bridge must be sitting lower then before If it is not enough repeat screwing springs.
But not to right angle. You need to screw bit MORE to compensate strings that went up in pitch.
Then retune,


and repeat until you are satisfied.

Seems to me that you stop after first screwing springs but you need to retune every time you screw or unscrew spring screws..
So procedire is

1.tune
2. correct springs
3.tune
4. correct springs.
...
until you are satisfied,

and when screwing springs you know that pitch is going up so screw springs a bit more then right angle.

Last edited by peromucho7; 09-29-2020 at 02:27 AM.
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