The neck looks fine, and I stretched the 0.10 just fine, I had them mounted on for 2 days, played and tuned every now and then during those 2 days.
And then when I put on a 09 set it takes under 30 minutes to get it straight, and it plays well, stays in tune and all ...
I don't know unusual it is for people to use 0.10 on those tremolos F-Rose types, but I have never had any problems with 09 strings on tremolos. And as I mentioned before, my RG550 couldn't handle it either until I added 2 more springs so I ended up with 5 springs. I drilled 2 more holes for those extra springs in the block, but I don't want to do that with this guitar ...
thats why I thought ... a tremsetter or those othr types of springs with rounded ends on both sides..
thanks again you all for trying to help me, still don't know what to do
have a good one..
btw: anyone tried this?
ROCKINGER Black Box
Tremolo Stabilizer. The classic add-on unit which puts every Floyd Rose- or Fender-style tremolo into a fixed rest position.
A small spring loaded mechanism allows a free floating tremolo to return into a pre-definided position after usage. This also prevents the tremolo from buzzing after hitting the strings too hard. The ROCKINGER Black Box is being installed in the tremolo routing between two tremolo springs.
it's supposed todo the same thing right??