#1
I've an RR3 with a Jackson low profile bridge. I had another thread about it but this is a different topic. It doesn't hold tune. I hit the knife edges with some chapstick, strings were stretched until they no longer detuned (nut unlocked), and the bridge is parallel with the body.

Any other tips? Return policy is up the 14th; I'm pondering going for an RR5FR I saw since it has in theory a better bridge (also has a Duncan Distortion which I like a bit better than the JB).
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#2
Sounds like the knife edges are dulled out. Considering the cost of an OFR, I would recommend getting the RR5.
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