#1
I've read mixed reviews about these. Are they be avoided? Some people said that they don't hold tuning stability well. Assuming I don't change tunings often or dramatically, how do these hold up to frequent use?
#2
I have one my guitar, I rarely use it. But when I do use it My guitar wont get out of tune, maybe just slightly, but it holds up great, havent had a problem with tuning stability on it yet
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#3
Not all licenced floyd rose bridges are bad. Stuff like the Ibanez Edge pro, or the lo pro edge or the edge as well as the schaller and gotoh bridges are pretty much the same quality as the OFR. Although some cheap licenced floyd rose (rhythm in jump anyone?) are pretty horendous and come included with shit guitars for a reason.
#4
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Not all licenced floyd rose bridges are bad. Stuff like the Ibanez Edge pro, or the lo pro edge or the edge as well as the schaller and gotoh bridges are pretty much the same quality as the OFR. Although some cheap licenced floyd rose (rhythm in jump anyone?) are pretty horendous and come included with shit guitars for a reason.

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#5
I've rocked out on some wicked LFR's. The Edge on my RG550 is 20 years old and still works great.
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#6
Quote by azn_guitarist25
Not all licenced floyd rose bridges are bad. Stuff like the Ibanez Edge pro, or the lo pro edge or the edge as well as the schaller and gotoh bridges are pretty much the same quality as the OFR. Although some cheap licenced floyd rose (rhythm in jump anyone?) are pretty horendous and come included with shit guitars for a reason.


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