#1
Is the ibanez edge pro bridge anygood i heard its not very good after a year or so and they start going out of tune. is this true?
#2
wow, did you try using the search function?
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#3
They are pretty good trems, the older edge trems are way superior though imo. The ones your talking about are probably the edge 3 or edge pro 2 on lower end ibanez because the edge pro is still a very high quality bridge.
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#4
yeah wat scottishangus said, the edge pro is a very high quality trem as are the following ibanez lfr's.. edge, edge pro, edge lo pro, zr
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#5
Even the EP 2 or 3 can be pretty good, provided that you set it up properly


infact, most trems are good if you set them up properly and you don't do abusive things like I do
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wow, did you try using the search function?


Seriously, if it is a WAY overposted topic then this applies, but you don't see many people posting about them.
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#7
The Edge Pro is on par with the OFR.
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Seriously, if it is a WAY overposted topic then this applies, but you don't see many people posting about them.

yes this exact thing may not be posted, but its definetly posted enough to gather enough info on them.
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#9
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The Edge Pro is on par with the OFR.


And the ZR is better.
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#10
One might say EP is better than OFR for three reasons: low profile, larger trem block (sustain), punch-in arm. Quality is on the same level - very high.
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#12
Quote by EvenFlow5320
i have a rg350dx with an edge pro and i love it no problems after a few months but i love this guitar

i think you'll find that an rg350dx doesnt have an edge pro...
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#13
Quote by pifty
One might say EP is better than OFR for three reasons: low profile, larger trem block (sustain), punch-in arm. Quality is on the same level - very high.


dont forget the fact that you dont need to cut the ball ends off your string when inserting them into the trem. and the 350DX i think has an Edge Pro II im not too sure
#14
The edge pro is an awesome bridge, it's simple and super reliable. the pro 2 and 3 aren't as good. Vai uses a edge pro so i wouldn't complain.
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Quote by azn_guitarist25
dont forget the fact that you dont need to cut the ball ends off your string when inserting them into the trem. and the 350DX i think has an Edge Pro II im not too sure

Oldest version of the RG350DX has Lo-TRS II, eventually over the years, upgraded to EPII then Edge III.
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The edge pro is an awesome bridge, it's simple and super reliable. the pro 2 and 3 aren't as good. Vai uses a edge pro so i wouldn't complain.

He still uses the Edge
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