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OK i did a search but couldn't find any info that i was looking for, but sorry if this has been asked before. I hear that the ZR trem on the new ibanez's is supposed to be pretty good and when i had a mess around on an S320 it seemed pretty cool, but how is an original edge trem? Is it as good as the ZR trem and if you could choose between having the two which would you pick? Thanks for any replies.
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#2
i haven't personally tried an original edge, but from what i hear they are as good as any of the original models.
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OK i did a search but couldn't find any info that i was looking for, but sorry if this has been asked before. I hear that the ZR trem on the new ibanez's is supposed to be pretty good and when i had a mess around on an S320 it seemed pretty cool, but how is an original edge trem? Is it as good as the ZR trem and if you could choose between having the two which would you pick? Thanks for any replies.



This may help: http://www.ibanezrules.com/parts.htm#Trems

#4
yeah, the original edge is great.
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