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To be honest, it's hard to tell by pictures (since things always seem to look larger or smaller) but yours do look like they're a bit...
They aren't necessarily a "problem", but do require a few extra steps to set them up; especially when putting on new strings.
Most of my guitars are some form of hardtail. I float both of my Strats; to me, that’s just part of having a Strat in the first place.
Don't use it a lot but I won't lock it either.
3 springs on mine and floating.
The floating bridge is what brought me to the Strat.
I use it. If I didn't plan on using it I'd buy a hardtail.
I'm just suggesting that a "beginner" concentrate on learning how to play chords and scales without the distractions associated with...
One added bit of advice...
Since you sound like you are new to playing guitar, just keep in mind that a Strat-type guitar with a...
I have a 1996 Standard (Mexi) Telecaster with that same "Anniversary" badge and I'd still be lucky to get much more than what I paid...
I will go as far as to agree that you must take a somewhat different approach when playing open chords on an electric, compared to an...
I remember this, from over 40 years ago. Practice. It soon gets easier.
83 SQ Squier, "Chinacan" Squier partscaster, ca. 1976 Lyle and a Polish made Lemański strat.
What's the deal with the E/B string tree? I've never seen one in that spot before...
Anyway, I personally wouldn't put any more money...
Pitchers or it didn't happen.
I'm sure I can speak for everyone else here:
We're ALL very happy for you, but... WE WANT PICTURES!!!!