Re: about floating trems and such
Odd, even when I owned my first floating trem, I never had this problem, and I used to go insane on it. But yeah, it's probably because you haven't stretched the strings properly, or the tension is too high. If the strings are stretched too fast, they will just break. You need to stretch them in slowly, by doing slow and big bends on the 12th fret on each string. Do 5 bends on each string at a time, lock the nut, do some dives, if it's out of tune, retune, and start the process again until you can dive a few times without going out of tune. Then the strings will be ready for trem torture!