is that kind of a joke?
I'm certanly not joking.
i really dont get what your saying at all.
So it appears.
In order to move the saddle without Edge Adjust
you need to bring the strings to slack.
If you do that using the tuners you need to wind the tuners a lot.
In fact, if you string the ball ends up at the headstock, pre-cut the strings to length and and pre-tension, you cannot actually drop the strings to slack with the tuner.
In any case it's a lot of work: to full slack, then back to pitch, repeat if it's still off.
You could just use the bar to bring the strings to slack and clamp it down as you move the saddle, but this won't work with every single gauge/tension combination or the pre-cutting to length.
So that's were taking the trem off comes into play: it's the easiest way to get all the strings to slack.
and it takes like 20 minutes to accurately tune and get the bridge balanced out i dont want to do that every time i move the saddle just once
Put the block in place in between adjustments and you will only need to use the (fine) tuner on the particular string you're working on.
We're talking about 3secs for the block and 25secs for retuning.
If you do this correctly there will be almost no adjusting to do after putting the trem springs back on.
The key qualifier is without Edge Adjust
, if you own one of those you won't have to think about moving the strings to slack. But they haven't been available in a while since they don't work with the EP anyway. So we need to have other methods to intonate.
Also, could you please insert some interpunction and capitalisation for legibility?