#7
They're both great trems, but its like trying to compare apples and oranges. It depends on each persons preference. They have a different range and also feel quite different to use.
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#9
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The ZR isn't as good quality as the OFR- cheaper materials and construction.

But it still stays in tune pretty well.


but despite it's lower quality materials, it still performs as well or better than an OFR.

what does that say about it's design?
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#10
I wouldn't say it was better than an OFR - they' both behave differently. I'm not a big fan of the ZR personally, it's nice, I just don't like the feel as much as a traditional floyd type.
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#11
The original Edge, Edge Pro, and ZR are all much better trems than the OFR.
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They're both great trems, but its like trying to compare apples and oranges. It depends on each persons preference. They have a different range and also feel quite different to use.


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I wouldn't say it was better than an OFR - they' both behave differently. I'm not a big fan of the ZR personally, it's nice, I just don't like the feel as much as a traditional floyd type.


I agrees.
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#13
Quote by thedonutman
The ZR isn't as good quality as the OFR- cheaper materials and construction.

But it still stays in tune pretty well.


I'd have to agree. Go with the OFR, it's vastly better built and will last you damn near forever.
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#14
where would you even be able to buy a brand new ZR anyways? besides teh ebays
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where would you even be able to buy a brand new ZR anyways? besides teh ebays


You can order parts right through Ibanez can you not? Granted, you pay through the nose... I think comparing an OFR to an Ibanez ZR is like comparing an OFR to a Kahler. The OFR has better materials and will probably last longer and be easier to maintain. Both stay in tune about the same from what I've seen. The ZR however has a much different feel. Try it and see which one you like.
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Quote by steven seagull
I wouldn't say it was better than an OFR - they' both behave differently. I'm not a big fan of the ZR personally, it's nice, I just don't like the feel as much as a traditional floyd type.


agreed.

they're different, basically.
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