#1
Sorry if this question has ever been asked, but I'm curious about Ernie Ball Music Man Tremelos, specifically, the John Petrucci Custom Signature one.

Simply, how is it? How does it compare to an Edge Pro/Lo-Pro Edge and a Original Floyd Rose?

Thank you! I await your answers.
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#2
since it's not double locking, it's probably not good for craziness but i've never had one so just speculating...

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#4
Theyre really good. Nice little floating trem system, they say u cant do any crazy stuff on it but if u get some locking tuners they can take abit of crazyness....

Honestly every one ive played ive loved and all i can say is give one a try
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#5
Quote by nav00
Theyre really good. Nice little floating trem system, they say u cant do any crazy stuff on it but if u get some locking tuners they can take abit of crazyness....

Honestly every one ive played ive loved and all i can say is give one a try

The JP has locking tuners.

It doesn't have as much range as an OFR or edge variant, but it stays in tune and you can flutter and all that good stuff. I'd compare it to a wilkinson but it's just recessed and has a different design, more like some kind of high-mass Fender 2-point bridge.