#1
Is the trem supposed to be totally parallel to the body or slightly tilted forward at an angle? Maybe those with the same trem can chime in.

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#3
I'm not actually sure regarding the edge zero II, but some of the ibanez trems are actually not supposed to be parallel with the body- don't listen to anyone who says it's definitely meant to be parallel unless they know that some ibanez trems aren't supposed to be. if that makes sense.
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#4
The images show as invalid, I need to see a detailed picture and I can tell you. But really setup is about preference, there is no hard rule on how angled your trem is to be, only guidelines. On the Lo Pro's you can use the knife edges visible at the side of the trem as a guide, I've never even seen an Edge Zero as it's one of the newer ones.
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#6
I'm not entirely sure about the Edge Zero II, But if in doubt, loosen off all the strings,take the springs out and remove the bridge from the guitar. If the top face of the baseplate runs in parallel with the bottom, (like an OFR) then the top of the baseplate should be running in parallel with the body.

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#7
^ yeah. on the ibanez ones which i know aren't meant to be parallel, you can see the knife edge inserts if you take the trem out (or even if you just know where to look without taking it out, you can kind of see them), and they're meant to be parallel to the guitar top, not the entire trem: http://www.ibanezrules.com/tech/setup/angle.htm

unfortunately that guide doesn't mention the newer zero trem types.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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