#1
Ok I have a feeling that OFR saddles aren't compatible with an Edge bridge but i figured I'd ask.

Graphtech has those replacement saddles for a piezo system and it would be awesome to mod my RG with a piezo pickup system...

Anyone know for sure if it would or wouldn't work?
#2
I'd send them a email and see what the tech staff say. Otherwise try to get some dim's to compare to the ones you have.
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#3
i'm almost certain they will not fit.


research the "Ibanez Double Edge". it is Ibanez' version of a piezo tremelo bridge. you may can find one used. i know i see the prestiges they put those in going for $600ish all the time, amazing guitars for the money.


if you go the double edge route, make sure you get all the electronics you need with it.
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i'm almost certain they will not fit.


research the "Ibanez Double Edge". it is Ibanez' version of a piezo tremelo bridge. you may can find one used. i know i see the prestiges they put those in going for $600ish all the time, amazing guitars for the money.


if you go the double edge route, make sure you get all the electronics you need with it.

Yeah i know about the Double Edge, and there's a mod you can do to make your edge pro a double edge by buying the saddles from a guy who is an Ibanez dealer and can buy the replacements.

I checked the website and it says they fit the original Edge and all you'd have to do is machine holes for the wires from the saddles... I don't see why they wouldn't fit. Same string spacing and saddle style...

I was just wondering if someone knows for sure that it would or would not work because you can't always go by what a company says is true.