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    What's this part?

    Names and descriptions of common parts you'll find on a pedal steel

    Return Springs

    Return springs are necessary to make sure that the lowering fingers of the changer return to rest against the return stop after you have lowered a string. They also keep the lowering finger against the return stop when raising a string. Because the fingers are always referenced to a FIXED stop, tuning problems such as drift and repeatability should be typically non-existent.

    If you would like to learn how to adjust your return springs see our "Ask Bud" article: Adjustments to Return Springs.

    The drawing below shows how a return spring holds the lowering finger against the return stop.

    return spring