#1
What's the best trem system on an Ibanez? I don't know what the differences are...
Gear:

- Ibanez SZ720FM (EMG 81/85)
- Ibanez RG1570(D-Sonic/Air Norton)
- Schecter C-1 Classic
- Carvin CT6M (Deep Blue on Quilted Maple)

- Mesa Boogie Rectifier Road King II w/ RK 2x12 Cab
- Boss GT-8
- Ibanez TS9DX
- Monster PRO 2500
#2
Technically speaking..
The ZR is the best,
No one will really put it down,
but some will argue about the S series guitars specs limits it..
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#3
the Edge Pro 7 is almost the exact same os the Edge pro, its just built for.....you guessed it, seven string guitars.
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#4
Quote by Striketalonx
Technically speaking..
The ZR is the best,
No one will really put it down,
but some will argue about the S series guitars specs limits it..


OK. I am looking at getting an "S" series guitar and it looks like most of those have the ZR trem.
Gear:

- Ibanez SZ720FM (EMG 81/85)
- Ibanez RG1570(D-Sonic/Air Norton)
- Schecter C-1 Classic
- Carvin CT6M (Deep Blue on Quilted Maple)

- Mesa Boogie Rectifier Road King II w/ RK 2x12 Cab
- Boss GT-8
- Ibanez TS9DX
- Monster PRO 2500
#5
Yea, but since the body is so thin, it's more fragile, less sustain, less fuller tone, and therefore less routing, so less potential for ZR trem.


The ZR trems kicks ass though
#6
if ive said this once iv said it a thousand times S SERIES ROCK! ZR TREM KICK ASS!

DO YOUR SELF A MOTHER ****IN FAVOUR AND BUY ONE STRAIGHT AWAY!

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#7
Quote by Invictious
Yea, but since the body is so thin, it's more fragile, less sustain, less fuller tone, and therefore less routing, so less potential for ZR trem.


The ZR trems kicks ass though


Soooo. What is a better (thicker) guitar that has a great deal of sustain but also has the ZR trem? It seemed it was mostly the "S" series that had the ZR trem system....
Gear:

- Ibanez SZ720FM (EMG 81/85)
- Ibanez RG1570(D-Sonic/Air Norton)
- Schecter C-1 Classic
- Carvin CT6M (Deep Blue on Quilted Maple)

- Mesa Boogie Rectifier Road King II w/ RK 2x12 Cab
- Boss GT-8
- Ibanez TS9DX
- Monster PRO 2500
#8
That's it....none of the others have it.
But I will take this excellent opprtunity to say this:

LO PRO EDGE FT****INW!
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#9
Quote by smashingchicago
Soooo. What is a better (thicker) guitar that has a great deal of sustain but also has the ZR trem? It seemed it was mostly the "S" series that had the ZR trem system....


First of all, let me say, ZR is not better than Edge Pro, no matter what people say. The bridges are different in feel and design.

For heavy sustain, you'll want the Edge Pro. ZR only occurs on the S series, and it's a smaller lighter tremolo, which results in less sustain. Edge Pro on the other hand is a heavy bridge, and combined with the RG (or better yet a mahogany RGT) body, it gives you all the depth and sustain you want.
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#10
Quote by tobythechimp
if ive said this once iv said it a thousand times S SERIES ROCK! ZR TREM KICK ASS!

DO YOUR SELF A MOTHER ****IN FAVOUR AND BUY ONE STRAIGHT AWAY!

All those in favour of S series taking over the world say I,

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi


I.

ZR they're so smooth and orgasmic.