Why would a backstop prevent you from setting up the guitar? Of course it can still be adjusted. Either way you should setup your guitar properly first before looking for gadgets to band-aid a problem they weren't designed to fix to begin with. There are a million videos and written guides online to setup a Floyd Rose, just do it yourself.
well technically if you look at my bridge, is raised too much as you said, though I don't have issues with tuning. I don't have any issues with my trem, I just wanted to try the stabilizer and see if i like it or not, worse case, i just remove it
now, the ESP arming adjuster is the backstop, you have to install it against the block with the screw of the stabilizer all the way tight
once that is set, that supposedly creates the zero point, then you can adjust the stabilizer wrench to make it softer
If I install, the stabilizer with the bridge this way and then I lower the bridge, wouldn't this throw off the stabilizer installation?
as when you lower the bridge, wouldn't this change the position of the block?
That's what I don't understand. I'm trying to figure out if is possible for me to lower the bridge to parallel after installing the stabilizer with the bridge as it shows in my photos
this guy here says the bridge needs to be set perfectly parallel before installing the stabilizer
basically, when you have the stabilizer adjusted all the way up, it blocks the trem, then you can adjust softer, so the block can move again, so technically, by adjusting it softer
I should be able to then adjust the bridge and then adjust the stabilizer again to where I want it