#1
So today I broke my first string ever on a floating bridge. I think theres no need to tell it sucks. These strings have only been on my guitar for about a week, and the High E snapped at the bridge. I dont wanna go through this again.

So tell me guys, do they make graphtech saddles for edge III? Or should I just save up and drop an edge pro in there?
#2
No, they don't. Just buy an OFR as it's a direct fit unlike the Edge Pro.
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#6
Yup. It's a direct replacement so no drilling/routing.
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#7
Quote by mmolteratx
No, they don't. Just buy an OFR as it's a direct fit unlike the Edge Pro.

The Edge Pro is a direct drop in too, and you dont need to change the studs (unless you want locking studs)
#8
Just checked it. I was thinking of the Lo-Pro. The OFR is cheaper though.
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#9
Yeah the Edge and LoPro wont, but the Edge Pro does. I prefer the EP, I'm not a big fan of whale tail trems like the OFR or Edge. I think the Gotoh Floyd is a direct drop in too, I'd probably take it over an OFR because its cheaper and has locking studs too.