#2
Yeah but why would you buy the best trem ibanez makes just to make it a fixed bridge why not just get a hardtail prestige?
Ibanez RG7321
Jackson Randy Rhoads V with Floyd Rose
Peavey Valveking 112
Digitech RP70 Guitar Processor
#3
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Look at the Ibanez RGA series, the RGA121 and RGA321 are both Prestige series RGs with a fixed bridge. They are a bit expensive, but very nice. Alternatively, look at the Ibanez PGM301 and 401. The former was discontinued, but is still in stock at many music stores, the latter is just crazy expensive - I can't comment on whether it's good because I have not played it yet. The 301 is a nice instrument though.
#4
If it's an Edge Pro then no, you can't
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#6
Well yes, you can buy a tremsetter or block it - but as it stands there's no mechanism there to allow you to "lock" it like you can with something like the ZR or Wilkinson Covertible.
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