I know Rich recommends the Chapstick & all, but I've found something that works even better: Big Bends Nut Sauce(http://www.bigbends.com/)
. Keeps my Kramer Pro Axe in tune no matter which way
I dive or pull up on the Floyd Pro on there. Once again, like someone else said on here, please make sure that the two screws on the back of the neck behind the Floyd nut that hold it on there are screwed on real tight
! I saw that tip
on a msg board elsewhere here on the Web one time & boy
!! Did it make a difference. Also, just in case you ever get tired of the Edge trem on there, you can get a Vigier ball-bearing Floyd Rose for around $220 (Minus the nut, of course; that'll cost you $30 extra!) from their American distributor, Salwender International at www.salwender.com
. Not only will this save you from having to deal w/ knife edges in the long run, but seeing as it's basically a modified Schaller Floyd Rose w/ the knife edges cut out & replaced w/ Vigier's ball-bearing system, what w/ the thicker bridge plate, it'll greatly
improve the sustain on your guitar (Say, "Hello!" to easier Dimebag-style harmonic pullups!
)! I'm seriously
thinkin' about gettin' another one of these somewhere down the road for my Kramer, as my present one is goin' back on my Ibanez just as soon as Rick over Earvana Compensating Nuts releases his Compensating Floyd Rose nuts (Which, having talked to him the other day, should
be around the time of this month's NAMM show. Or, at least he said that they would be for sale up on the Earvana site by that time; at least that's what he told me.). Anyways, just thought I'd try to help! Laters!