Is it still pulling too much on the springs? What is it not doing?
You mention Drop C in the title and Drop C# in the text, so assuming Drop C# you are going to want to add a spring.I cannot for the life of me get this Randy Rhoads Jackson V tuned to drop C# with 13-56s on this god forsaken Floyd Rose bridge - Can someone please help me do this.
It's subjective. I use a low .59 for B on 27" guitars. And that's a LOT more tension than .52 for C on 25.5" guitars (1.5" longer scale, only one half-step lower tuning, and .07 thicker gauge)..13's for drop C is too much tension. I use .10-.52's for drop C on 25.5 guitars.
I've seen mgla live about 3 or 4 times and they are not nsbm or at least I have seen no evidence to suggest they are.Mgła is Polish for "fog", and needs an L with a stroke. It's not an acronym. The German Wiki page suggests at least ambivalence to NSBM, which isn't the same as NAMBLA, but I dunno which is worse...