#1
Is this possible? I know that the Edge III can be directly swapped for an Edge Pro, or at least that's what I've read.

I've had my RG370 for about 4 or 5 years now. It has Dimarzio's in it and all new, quality electronics. I've been trying to sell it locally for a while, around the $300 - $350 mark including the hard case, because I want to upgrade to an Ibanez guitar with a better bridge. But, this RG370 is a fine guitar in every way except for the bridge. Nice piece of wood, good neck, great electronics and sound.

$150-$200 for an Edge Pro and it'd be perfect for me. So.. possible, without intonation issues or any routing?

Thanks!
#2
I'm not too sure about an Edge Pro fitting it, but an Original Floyd Rose fits the measurements perfect in those guitars. I haven't ever heard of anybody putting in an Edge Pro in replacement of an Edge III, but it could be a possibility.
#3
id say put in an OFR. its the same price as an Edge Pro, WAAAYYY easier to find/buy, and is just as good if not better!
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#4
EPII is NOT a swap for the OFR. It IS a swap for the Edge Pro. I know this for a fact, one of our own members has a whole website on this. www.lawl.net/gtr/trems
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