#1
This might be a stupid question but does anyone know of any sites that sell tremolo systems? I was going to get the Ibanez Rg350dx and was told that the edge pro 2 tremolo system isn't the best.
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#3
it really depends on the particular one that you getting. suggest you try one out at the store first. cause mine never give me any problem, but my friend's have a little problem. like after he dip the bar all strings will stay a cent lower unless he pull the bar up a little bit after each dip. but mine never give me any problem. stay in tune pretty good. i actually like it more then a floyd rose in my jackson cause edge pro have a smoother action.
#6
I have one, which I rarely play because the trem is past it... it's not so bad for the first 6 months + if you know howto take care of trems. They're made out of softer metals, which mean they barely last. Tremolos are a bad idea unless you've had real experience with them... if you did you wouldn't be interested in that guitar.
#7
If it makes any difference I won't be using the abusing the trem that often. Also what would be another Ibanez I could get becuase I really want one. Would changing the pickups on the one I originaly posted affect it much?
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#8
There's absolutely no point of getting a Floyd Rose type bridge for a guitar if you dont wanna use/abuse it. I suggest you think through that 1st, also the Edge Pro II isnt the best from Ibanez production, its made out of cheap Zinc based metal and can fail if not set up properly and if put too much pressure. Good news is that the bridge is replacable to an Edge Pro.
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#9
Yea I was going to replace the Bridge with an edge pro so I can abuse It more. I just know that the metal is softer in the bridge on the pro II so I won't use it as much as to not wreck it quickly.
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#10
go to guitarfetish.com and check theres out. they are pretty cheap but i don't know the quality
actually they are like half price of regualr tremelos
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#11
Those kinda LFRs which has very similar patent as an OFR couldnt be accomodate into the Edge Pro II cavity. Even if they do, i wouldnt be buying it, i'd rather get a Gotoh LFR which is far more superior with a very very reasonable price.
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