#1
so i have an EdgeIII that came off an ibanez of mine.
I noticed Ibanez use a universal trem block for both left and right handed trems
does this mean i could drill another hole into the base plate and put a trem bushing in the hole and fit a U-Bar?
also, where can i buy a U bar?
#2
Quote by Bigsteve92
so i have an EdgeIII that came off an ibanez of mine.
I noticed Ibanez use a universal trem block for both left and right handed trems
does this mean i could drill another hole into the base plate and put a trem bushing in the hole and fit a U-Bar?
also, where can i buy a U bar?


I wouldn't recommend it, if only because working with the metal those trems are made out of is very, very difficult.

On the other hand, it sounds completely plausible. Again, though, I would suggest that you just leave it right-handed. The possible advantages seem to be heavily outweighed by the possible consequences.

Ibanez does have an excellent parts catalog on their website.
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#3
Read this
I think that may give you some of the info you're looking for. I've never had any experience with a u bar, so I have no clue uf this is the same concept.
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