#1
I just got an RG350EX and I'm pretty new to trems. The tremolo arm won't stay in its socket no matter what I do...how do you get the thing to lock into place? Thanks
#2
Edge 3 trems dont lock in place, its one of the reasons that I want to replace mine. You can tighten the nut thats unerneight the arm, but it can still slide out.
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#3
Haha i have the same problem.
I usually put a little ring around the hole of masking tape.
its removable, you can still spin it, and it doesnt fall out.
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#4
There's a screw you can tighten on the under side of the bridge where the arm slides in.
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Because I bend in such an unorthodox fashion; the notes kinda slide up and slide down...
#6
insert the tremolo arm and press it all the way down (lowering pitch), under the bridge near the arm there should be a spot for a small allenkey adjustment. this is wha ur looking for
#7
It's where the arm slides in; just like I said in my post.
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Because I bend in such an unorthodox fashion; the notes kinda slide up and slide down...
#8
It's in the manual that your guitar came with......it will tell you where all your adjustment screws are at.

If no manual the Ibanez web site has the info you need and more.

The arm acn't be locked but it can be tightened to where it won't flop around on its own.
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