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the quality.
and Ibanez Lo Pro Edge > OFR
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OFR. or Floyd Rose Special. either way they're better quality. Its pretty much the same as the Epiphone vs Gibson idea. they're under the same company, one is just better quality plus you'll get chicks with an Original.
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the quality.
and Ibanez Lo Pro Edge > OFR


Very True, the Lo Pro Edge is the best floating tremolo bridge.
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Quote by Amer91
Very True, the Lo Pro Edge is the best floating tremolo bridge.



The Edge and Lo Pro and fantastic tremolos. With a locking stud modification, the Edge Pro is everybit as good.

The Steinberger TransTrem is also incredible.
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the quality.
and Ibanez Lo Pro Edge > OFR


This. Most other LFR's aren't nearly as good as these.
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Quote by Lt.DustyBanana
This. Most other LFR's aren't nearly as good as these.

i leiked the Gotoh LFR better than the OFR but the Lo Pro eats them both
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The quality depends on to whom it is liscenced to. The Wilkensen FR's are pretty good - nearly as good as the real thing. The unnamed ones are not so good. Then again, they're all better than the other trems you;d probably get at the same price.

And I can't recommend anything Ibanez sells, bridge-wise. They change their bridges every few years; and unlike Kahler, they don't make replacement parts available.

I found this out the hard way, when I was changing my strings and accidentally lost a screw down a heater vent. Nothing the repair shop fit, and Ibanez wouldn't send one - even to an Ibanez dealer - because it was for a Lo-Pro I trem. Mind you, this was only about a year after they switched to the Lo-Pro II. Instead, they offered to give me a "deal" on a new trem After installation fees, they wanted a little under $200. My $700 guitar was still under warranty, but they said that loss of parts isn't covered by the warranty, so they don't need to provide any parts for me - that they were actually doing me a favour.

Needless to say, I tell everyone at every chance I get not to buy anything from Ibanez, unless it's a stupid good deal.
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Quote by Ghold125
Depends, which LFR are we talking about?


+1

some licensed floyds are great (e.g. gotoh, schaller, original edge etc.), some are horrible.
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