#1
So here's something that's been on my mind for a while. When I do a unison bend on my Ibanez RG1570 (Equipped with an Edge Pro floating trem) the note I'm not bending goes a bit flat. For example, if I have my index finger on the fifth fret of the B-string, and my ring finger on 7th fret of the G-string and bend that note, the note I'm fretting with my index finger goes a bit flat. How the **** do you solve this? Will i need to bend both strings in order to match them to a unison interval? Or is there any better solution?
Gear as 2015:
Ibanez PGM401
Music Man JP6 (for sale)
Music Man Axis (for sale)
Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster
Ibanez EW Acoustic Steel string
Crappy Cort Acoustic 12-string
NI Rig Kontrol 3 & Guitar Rig 5
#2
I really have no idea if this will work, but maybe if you hold the trem bar in place while you bend, it might work?
#4
There's really no real solution other than hardtailing your trem. This is a feature of all floating trems as far as I know.

Theoretically rageahol's solution could work, but I don't see it happening really. You would have to have the most stable hand in the world.

Some trems handle it better than others I guess. My ZR2 tremolo (S series Prestige) has ZPS which reduces the effect.
E:-6
B:-0
G:-5
D:-6
A:-0
E:-3