#1
because cheap strings suck with it. they go out of tune very easily from the beginning, and will carry on and just gradually get even worse

are their special types of strings for tremolo bridges?

i had the first set of strings on their for about 3-4 weeks now (these were strings fitted ready by the manufacturer, as i've only had my guitar for about 3-4weeks too) , they started failing, theni put new ones on, that cost £6.50 for the set, and it's even worse than the old strings on it before >_<
#2
stock strings suck, if you dont stretch your strings out properly before putting them in they'll suck.

Get a pack of D'Addarios and if you restring it properly you shouldn't have any problems.
#3
i hope you strung it properly and used the same size strings as before cause wammy bars need to be adjusted to change string sizes and tuning etc.
#4
Strings don´t last forever, and since you said this is an edge zero it had more then likely D'Addarios on it to begin with, so as mentioned above proper string stretching is a must.
#6
Quote by siverstorm
stock strings suck, if you dont stretch your strings out properly before putting them in they'll suck.

Get a pack of D'Addarios and if you restring it properly you shouldn't have any problems.


stock strings for ibanez are daddario exl 120 9 -42

TS theres no specialist strings required just remember that if you change guage you`ll have to have a full setup
Last edited by ibanezgod1973 at Aug 14, 2010,