#2
It's a fixed version of the Edge III. This means it doesn't float, and you can't use it as a tremolo unit.
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#3
i still dont see the pint in this, why not just have what paul gilbert has, a fixed bridge with the locking nuts?
#4
Oh....I feel realy stupid now >.> At first I thought what they meant by fixed was that they fixed the crappiness of the Edge III lol
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i still dont see the pint in this, why not just have what paul gilbert has, a fixed bridge with the locking nuts?


yea the locking nut threw me off too
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i still dont see the pint in this, why not just have what paul gilbert has, a fixed bridge with the locking nuts?


He only has a locking nut because that guitar (I suppose you're talking about his white PGM300 (now 301)) used to have a Floyd Rose, he doesn't use it (a locking nut without fine tuners is quite useless, because even if a string goes slightly flat, you have to remove the nut).

The Fixed Edge trem is for people who like the tuning stability you can get with a locking nut and fine tuners, but don't want a trem.
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