#1
i just bought a rg 350ex and i really like it, but a lot of people say its tremolo sucks, so my question is...
can i later change the tremolo for another one (a good floyd rose)
and if i can can you suggest me what tremolo could that be

i believe i may need to change it because i use it a lot
#2
yes, and OFR

EDIT: i have the 370dx, and the trem is nowhere near as bad as people make it out to be
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#3
Quote by barcelona_rov
i just bought a rg 350ex and i really like it, but a lot of people say its tremolo sucks, so my question is...
can i later change the tremolo for another one (a good floyd rose)
and if i can can you suggest me what tremolo could that be

i believe i may need to change it because i use it a lot

You want to change it because a lot of people say it sucks? Try to form your own opinion about it and then judge if you want a new tremolo or not.
#4
Yea, i have the RG370DX. The trem is good for the first few months, you'll only notice the problem later on if you use it a lot. But no worries, its a direct swap for an OFR.
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#5
Quote by Barkeeper
You want to change it because a lot of people say it sucks? Try to form your own opinion about it and then judge if you want a new tremolo or not.



i just said IF my tremolo ruins can i changed, not that i will changed it now