#1
Hi all, im thinking of getting one of these but are they anygood? The main problem is that nobody stocks this guitar but i can get it over the internet. So this means I wont be able to try it out before i buy it
#2
Never buy it if you dont try it 1st. The Edge III bridge on those are not so good btw.
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Thats what she said...
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#4
Quote by azn_guitarist25
well if its like its right hand brother then the trem is going to be a problem


how do you mean? Yea im not too keen on the fact I cant try it first
#5
Its made out of soft metal, and the knife edges wear off quicker than normal reliable ones.
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Thats what she said...
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#6
well idk if you're just wanting that model, but an ibanez s470's pretty good, including the trem, haven't heard anything bad about it, i liked it alot, it uses ball bearings instead of a knife edge, it's still a floyd rose but jsut uses ball bearings, soudns great, only a lil more, but idk bout the 370dx haven't played one, i played the 350dx, kinda felt cheap, but that's just my opinion
#7
Quote by madpickin03
Its made out of soft metal, and the knife edges wear off quicker than normal reliable ones.


^ what this mad guy said
#8
Just for the sake of it, is the cavity size for Edge, Edge Pro, Edge III and Edge Pro II all the same? Then he could buy a 370DX and later have a trem change, the Edge III can last 6 months on him.
Ibanez Prestige RG1570 ftw!
#10
Its got its bashers, but im a huge fan of mine. maybe im just lucky with it but its lasted 7 months with 0 problems. and for 320 bucks canadian it was a FANTASTIC buy

but i would try and find someone who can let you play it first.
something about ordering a guitar without tryign it just doesnt seem right to me, as i base how it feels over how it looks anyday

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