#1
I've read that a lot of people don't like the edge II and edge III trem. Why?
#2
poorly made out of cheap metals, and the knife edges wear out in no time causing severe tuning problems, avoid at all costs
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#4
I put a used Edge Pro in my 320FM, and it was well worth it IMO.
They changed the routing in the newer models, so it's not a direct swap now I'm told.

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#5
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I put a used Edge Pro in my 320FM, and it was well worth it IMO.
They changed the routing in the newer models, so it's not a direct swap now I'm told.



with the emg's and th edge pro that is now one sweet guitar
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Vintage v100 les paul.
POS Ion strat
Vox ad50vt
15 watt practice amp
Ibanez rg570
#7
That pic is so misleading
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Last edited by madpickin03 at Feb 1, 2007,
#8
Damn man, that's one helluva beauty.

Well the Edge 3 is made from cheaper materials, so it will wear out faster and go out of tune sooner than say, edge I <--lolziez
#9
So, if I want an RG without the Edge III I'm stuck spending $750 for the 1570, right?
#10
Even as replacement parts the Edge Pro is signicantly more expensinve than the Edge III, so that's reflected in the price of the guitars. In fact, you'll have a hard time tracking down an Edge III to buy as a replacement part....which kind of says it all.
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