#1
i've got a cheapish left handed ibanez RG with a FR trem - which is ok for small whammy bar work - but serious divebombs are a complete no no.

i was thinking of getting an edge pro - only questions are- how do you go about getting one (especially a lefty - or is there any difference??) and get it installed properly? (i have no clue about guitar workings)

also is a lefty trem bridge that much different than a normal one?
is there anything else you would suggest instead of an edge pro?

Im in northern ireland so any ireland/uk sites would be great

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#2
I'd say you could get a lefty trem BUT it would cost more than a righty and you'd probably only be able to get it in one colour. Being a lefty myself, I know how it feels to have such a limited choice

I just had a look on Thomann and they didn't have any left handed floyd-type trems.
#3
the lefty trem deal isn't really a big issue, and in fact i think it might be easier to just use your entire arm to do the whammying.
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which RG do you have? what bridge issit? year its made?
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