#1
where is the place to buy a floyd rose for my ibanez rg-120? how much would i be likely to be spending? please reply asap w/ websites, or stores in san diego, california that might sell them. i really gotta know, i cant find a site that has one for sale.
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#3
rg120 does that originally come fitted with a floyd rose if it doesnt have fun routing out for it
#4
It's probably not wise to buy a bridge more expensive than your guitar. Though if you really must, go for the Ibanez ZR tremolo, it's vastly superior to the Floyd Rose.
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#5
www.warmoth.com. They have them the cheapest I've seen anywhere.
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#6
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It's probably not wise to buy a bridge more expensive than your guitar. Though if you really must, go for the Ibanez ZR tremolo, it's vastly superior to the Floyd Rose.


As far as I know, Ibanez does not sell those commercially. If your ZR breaks or something, you can probably send it back and pay for a new one, but I have yet to see them release their ZR's, Edge's, etc. on store shelves.
#7
^ www.ibanezrules.com sell them, afaik.

but the major problem is that you need to measure your trem route, to see what good trem will fit in there... most of the time (with ibanez, at least) it's not just a straight swap, unfortunately...
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^ www.ibanezrules.com sell them, afaik.

but the major problem is that you need to measure your trem route, to see what good trem will fit in there... most of the time (with ibanez, at least) it's not just a straight swap, unfortunately...


Hmm, well whaddya know.
#11
^ meh, I wouldn't worry ted, I only found out about the place because of here...

and that's one of the few places that do sell them (apart from dealers, and you'd pretty much have to prove that you already have an ibanez and are just getting a replacement to get them to get you one, i think...)

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#12
=/ That means I can't put one of 'em in my Squiers?? Dammit..
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#13
You don't have a Squier, moron.

Yeh, Dave, I've seen that link a billion times, just never knew they sold those things. I remember someone saying that Ibanez doesn't want to have their stuff out on shelves, which is why they make people send back their JEM necks if they want a replacement. Just assumed it would be the same with their bridges.

And Christ, almost $300 for a ZR?
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Yeh, Dave, I've seen that link a billion times, just never knew they sold those things. I remember someone saying that Ibanez doesn't want to have their stuff out on shelves, which is why they make people send back their JEM necks if they want a replacement. Just assumed it would be the same with their bridges.

And Christ, almost $300 for a ZR?


you think thats expensive what about for australians
#15
^^ yeah, it's a lot. But if you have an ibanez s, for example it's probably as cheap as getting your s routed (as I assume would be necessary) for an OFR, for example.

And some people just plain like them better. Ditto the edge. A bit like the way some idiots think an engl is worth the £1000 extra over an AVT...

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