#3
Yes you can but why would you buy the best trem ibanez makes to turn it into a fixed bridge?
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#5
No you can't - if you want to drop tune you'd need to reset the bridge and put heavier stings on. There is no mechanism on the bridge to "lock" it in place, it's a floading, recessed floyd rose-type so any change in tuning is going to unbalance the bridge.

You can permanently block the bridge if you don't want to use it but if you're going to do that why buy a guitar with a $250 tremolo bridge in the first place?
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#6
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You can permanently block the bridge if you don't want to use it but if you're going to do that why buy a guitar with a $250 tremolo bridge in the first place?

I'm thinking he bought a pretty nice Ibanez if it's got an EP. The thing is when you want a higher end guitar with certain specs, you just get stuck with one because there aren't nearly as many hardtails.
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