#1
How do i install the tremolo arm on the Ibanez GRG150QA? I tried pushing it in the hole but it doesnt click.
#2
maybe it's a screw-in type?

pics of the arm would help
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#3
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maybe it's a screw-in type?

pics of the arm would help


im quite sure its not a screw in type cause they didnt provide anything to screw it in but heres the picture.

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#4
Just put it in the hole and that's it I think, it shouldn't be falling out or something like that.
#5
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Just put it in the hole and that's it I think, it shouldn't be falling out or something like that.

i tried pushing it in harder too but there's no click sound and it falls off.
#6
not sure, i don't see any screw thread on the end of that arm. You could always try pushing it in and then rotating it clockwise a bit, see if that works.
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#7
I have an Ibanez guitar with Edge III bridge, your tremolo bar looks exactly the same as mine, I just put it in and that's it.

If it's falling out, wrap a small piece of paper around the part of the bar which goes into the bridge so it doesn't have space to move in it or to fall out.
#8
No tape! Edge 3 trems have two set screws on the back of the unit to adjust arm torque. They are small, sounds like you need to back them off a bit, install arm and readjust to your preference.
#9
Quote by Dave_Mc
not sure, i don't see any screw thread on the end of that arm. You could always try pushing it in and then rotating it clockwise a bit, see if that works.


i rotated it but its still loose.
#10
I'm out of ideas

are you sure you have the right trem arm?
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#11
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No tape! Edge 3 trems have two set screws on the back of the unit to adjust arm torque. They are small, sounds like you need to back them off a bit, install arm and readjust to your preference.


Pretty sure it's not an Edge III trem on that model, I think it's a Fat-10 trem.
#12
A guy in our church band bought his son a similar Ibanez and had the same problem. Turned out it came with the wrong trem. He was able to take it to the shop he bought from and get the correct bar.
#13
Quote by demonhellcat
A guy in our church band bought his son a similar Ibanez and had the same problem. Turned out it came with the wrong trem. He was able to take it to the shop he bought from and get the correct bar.

ah..ok I'll try to ask from the shop then