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it doesn't I think it is stripped if you have tried metric and S.A.E wrenches and nothing works this could be the case and it has stripped but try to look into the opening at the top of the nut with a flashlight if you can see the flats for an allen wrench then it might be still good but a weird size like 4.5mm ex. are you the original owner if not you could have a problem here but you might be able to get the nut out and put a new one in post back I want to check for the wrench size
the strings on most floyd rose tremelo systems require a small allen wrench(hex head) to loosen the pressure on the bolts holding the **** end of the string in. should be easy access from the top of the guitar. hold the guitar up to your face, **** end first and look up the body towards the neck. there should be six different screw ends visible. loosen counter clockwise. you have to trim the ball end off of a new set with wire cutters in order to replace.
To fix the action on your B.C.Rich Warlock, you need an Allen Wrench, or Hex key. There is a truss rod cover on your B.C.Rich's headstock. Just open it using a screwdriver and you will find the truss rod. Then adjust the action using the hex key.
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depending on the model you will see a place for an allen wrench. it will be either on the end of the neck half way under the body, or most likely at the headstock just under the fret board. Find the correct size allen wrench and turn it about a 1/4 turn at a time. im not sure why your looking to adjust your neck so i cant really say what to look for.
There are MANY tricks to remove a threaded piece like this:
1. With a Dremel tool and a cutoff carborumdum disc cut a shallow slot in the remaining piece and use a straight bladed screw driver to remove. This can only be done if the screw is above or flush with the surface.
2. Carefully drill a small hole in the piece fairly well centered. Use an "EasyOut" to remove the broken part.
3. Carefully drill several small shallow holes on the top of the broken part in a line so as to form a slot for a screwdriver.
4. Carefully drill a hole JUST the right size into the broken part and then drive an Allen wrench into the hole to turn the broken part. The hole has to be just the right size so the wrench can peal tiny pieces off to grab the broken part.. this is tricky to get the size just right.
5. Use a detist drill to cut a slot.
In all these use a penetrating oil or CRC226 to make it easier to turn.
I hope you dident screw it up, a person can realy mess up the platability in a hurry if you dont know what your doing. Lets see if we can get you on a good track .What your looking at is your tali pice. that whitch holds 6 saddels the saddels have horizontal screws. Hex you need a very little alan wrench. they normaly come with a new Ax.string heights are 2.00 at the 5.th and 1.5 on the 1first. use a line of sight to see that strings are in a good line. Never Never screw the vertacal screws with springs. Thisis your intonation. if you mess this up you lose the playabilithy of you gtr. ps Guitars dont come with manuals. check with your local music stoer. find a musician thats will ing to give some hands on tips.