#1
Ok, so I haven't had a floyded guitar in years...and it was an Ibanez, so it wasn't even really a floyd.

Difference between recessed and non-recessed is...?

I'm pretty sure that recessed just means that the bridge just sits lower in the body making the strings lower and what not, but for some reason I have this thought that non-recessed is limited to dive bombs only?

This true or can they both still go up and down, just recessed sits lower in the body?

Thanks for the help and I appologize for my ignorance
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#2
they can both still go up and down, depending on how they're set up, but non-recessed won't have anywhere near as much up-pull available as recessed. if getting up-pull is your main criteria, then i'd probably advise you to go recessed.
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