#1
http://www.musicstore.com/en_EN/EUR/Ibanez-RG-350-DX-White-Basswood-Body-Maple-Neck/art-GIT0006909-002

http://www.musicstore.com/en_EN/EUR/Ibanez-RGA32-MOL-Mahogany-Oil/art-GIT0015052-000?recId=913bc1c7-f84f-40da-a271-1b6c73b3c818&campaign=EPOQ

I'm doubting between these two guitars. I heard that tremolo bridges are hard to tune. I change tunings like almost each day. Is the tremolo worth the extra time/money?
If you have one of these pelase tell me what you think of it thanks!
#2
yeah prolly avoid the trem. apart from anything the edge III isn't all that good.
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#3
it depends on the style of the player, and considering you like to change tunings a lot, i would strongly suggest NO TREMOLO. if you have a trem, especially an edge III, getting it in tune is a real bitch and you won't want to tune it after you do once. trust me, from personal experience, you do not want the trem.
#4
If you don't use it, no. I have one on both my PRS and my strat and I would probably trade both of them for hard tails if I could though I do use them occasionally.
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#5
I actually have a RG 350 DX. They're not bad at all, but the bridge can be quite a bitch indeed. I had to go back for a setup like twice. It's all stable now, and it stays in tune for ages. Bitch to restring, but every floating bridge has that problem.
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I don't think you can go wrong with a Black guitar, white ones are almost as good but black ones are better, white ones just don't sound quite as good.
#6
thanks, now i definatly know wich one to get! i just wich ibanez would make more guitars without a tremolo.
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I always use my whammy bar, and I like the fact that I haven't had to tune my guitar in over a month (I have a Jackson KE3), but if you change tunings alot, stick to a stoptail or fixed tremolo.


This guy sums it up really. Btw, you can also block the tremelo using "No tremelo" or something. Or a piece of wood.
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I don't think you can go wrong with a Black guitar, white ones are almost as good but black ones are better, white ones just don't sound quite as good.